Lewis Hamilton led thousands of motorsport fans in paying tribute to Formula One legend Niki Lauda as he zoomed to victory at the Monaco Grand Prix.
After crossing the line ahead of Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel, the star took off his helmet and pointed at the Austrian’s name on the back.
The Mercedes driver said: ‘I was fighting with the spirit of Niki. I was just trying to stay focused and make him proud.’
Droves of spectators flocked to the historic street circuit – including celebrities and the prince of Monaco – to pay their respects to the three-time world champion, who died last Monday.