A minute's silence has been held at the Japanese Grand Prix in memory of the Formula One test driver Maria De Villota.
F1 drivers staged the tribute before the race. Maria De Villota's been described as an inspiration and leading light for women in motorsport.
Yesterday the Spanish test driver's family issued a statement saying that she died as a result of injuries she suffered after a crash in Cambridgeshire last year. Her body was found at a hotel in Spain on Friday.
Spectators have already started arriving at Northamptonshire's Silverstone circuit ahead of this weekend's British Grand prix.
Thousands more campers are expected to arrive at the site by the time the big race starts on Sunday.
The managing director of Silverstone, Richard Phillips, has vowed to carry on in his job despite the traffic chaos which overshadowed the British Grand Prix weekend.
Although raceday attracted a record crowd of 127,000 fans, it's estimated the Northamptonshire circuit may lose as much as £1m after spectators were asked to stay away from attending Saturday's qualifying session.
Katie Tyler, spokeswoman for Silverstone Circuit, describes some of the problems caused by the bad weather at the F1 British Grand Prix this weekend, and how Silverstone plan to avoid similar problems in the future.
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