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Niki Lauda passed away on Monday, leaving behind a legacy in Formula 1 matched by few if any.
Numerous World Champions have taken a risk and joined midfield teams. For some, it proved a masterstroke. For others, not so much…
Mercedes sporting director, Ron Meadows, has revealed the late Niki Lauda wanted to give Mercedes engines to Red Bull to provide them with stronger competition.
Family, friends, Formula 1 drivers past and present, and thousands of fans have gathered in Vienna for the funeral of a motorsport icon: Niki Lauda.
Mercedes will keep the single red star tribute to Niki Lauda on their Formula 1 cars “forever” says Toto Wolff.
Formula 1 will pay tribute to Niki Lauda before the start of Sunday’s Monaco GP with fans urged to “wear a red cap, display a message on a banner” or simply applaud.
Sebastian Vettel has said it is nice to be able to take Niki Lauda on some final laps of Monaco with his special helmet design.
Mercedes will run red halos during the Monaco GP weekend as an additional tribute to Niki Lauda, Motorsport.com have confirmed.
Speaking to the press in a team briefing, Toto Wolff was highly emotional when paying tribute to the late great Niki Lauda, his colleague at Mercedes and close friend.
Mercedes will run a tribute to Niki Lauda on their W10 at this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton says he will miss the “conversations, our laughs, the big hugs” following the death of triple World Champion Niki Lauda.
With 25 race wins and three World titles to his name, Niki Lauda will go down as arguably one of F1’s greatest , although his comebacks set him apart from the rest.
The world of motorsport has woken up the sad news that Niki Lauda has died age 70.
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff has paid homage to the “quite simple irreplaceable” Niki Lauda.
Niki Lauda, a three-time Formula 1 World Champion, has died age 70.
Dr Helmut Marko has revealed that the Australian Grand Prix will be “too early” for his good friend Niki Lauda to return to the Formula 1 paddock.
Niki Lauda has told the Formula 1 family that he will be back in the paddock sooner rather than later with a video message.