Monaco have revealed a red halo on their car ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix, acting as a further tribute to Niki Lauda, who died this week. Lauda was the Silver Arrows' non-executive chairman from 2013 until his death this week.
Mercedes added tributes to the W10 ahead of Thursday practice in Monaco, colouring a star on its engine cover red and including Lauda's signature with "Danke Niki" on the nose.
The car emerged on Friday with a further tribute the halo safety advice coloured red - a nod to the red cap that Lauda famously wore.
The halo also carries the message: "Niki we miss you".
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