Hamilton’s Monaco GP Lauda tribute helmet made last-minute

Lewis Hamilton said he had his special Niki Lauda tribute crash helmet made “last minute” ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix.
Former Mercedes non-executive chairman and three-time world champion Lauda died at the start the week leading up to Monaco, where Hamilton was victorious.
Many drivers continued to wear the caps after the race as well, although Vettel joked that Hamilton’s was lost when the race winner sponteneously jumped into Monaco’s famous swimming pool after his win.
Hamilton said he channelled Lauda’s spirit while trying to keep a charging Max Verstappen behind and clinch a third Monaco win.

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