Marussia F1 driver Jules Bianchi at Austria's Red Bull Ring last year. (Image source: f1fanatic.co.uk.)
As we're all painfully aware of, promising Gran Primo Piloto and most likely future Scuderia Ferrari F1 driver Jules Bianchi passed away one week ago, while the racing fraternity plans to honour the fallen Frenchman at Hungary this weekend in a multitude 'O ways...
Drivers commemorate Bianchi at Hungaroring
While six Formula 1 drivers spoke very warmly about their fallen comrade, with current Manor Marussia F1 Pilote' Roberto Merhi saying he was the best ever he raced against.
Yet like most aspiring F1 drivers at the back of the grid who get little press time, I especially enjoyed this interview with Will Buxton - which is the most in-depth interview footage I've ever seen with the stricken driver...
Whilst naturally the sport must go on, as 'JENSE eloquently explains how A-L-L the drivers know the inherent risks they're taking every time behind the wheel.
Also, there's a nice, short radio interview link inside of James Allen story on Jules Bianchi's funeral.
And lastly, although surely only a snippet of Jules family's torment, Marussia Boss Graeme Lowden laments how sad Bianchi's loss is to him...
FORZA JULES - CIAO JB17!