The Grand Prix Drivers Association (GPDA) has announced that it will make a sticker paying tribute to Jules Bianchi available for all drivers racing in this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
Bianchi died on Friday night following a nine-month battle against severe head injuries sustained in an accident at last October’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Several Formula 1 drivers attended Bianchi’s funeral in Nice, France on Tuesday, and many will run with tributes to the Frenchman on their cars and helmets this weekend.
As part of this, the GPDA confirmed via its Twitter account that it would be making stickers reading “Ciao Jules – you will always race with us” available for the entire F1 grid in Hungary.
A number of other drivers will also be carrying tributes to Bianchi for the race weekend.