The F1 fraternity will pay their final respects to Jules Bianchi at this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix.
The Frenchman, who finished 15th for Marussia in last year's race at the Hungaroring, this week succumbed to the injuries he sustained at last year's Japanese Grand Prix and was buried in his home town of Nice on Tuesday.
Although a large proportion of the F1 paddock was present for the funeral, a minute's silence will also be observed in Bianchi's honour prior to the start of this weekend's race in Budapest.
“Through the weekend, we will have Jules Bianchi and his family uppermost in our thoughts,” Mercedes' Paddy Lowe confirmed, “Important lessons have been learned from his tragic accident last year and changes implemented to prevent that kind of accident recurring. Motorsport can never be free of risk - but these moments remind us all of the responsibility we bear to continuously improve safety in motorsport for all of its participants.”