Ferrari drivers and team honour Marchionne in Hungary

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Crew members of Scuderia Ferrari as well as Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen will all wear a black armband in Hungary this weekend as the Italian squad honours the memory of Sergio Marchionne.

The 66-year-old chairman and CEO of Ferrari, and the talented auto executive who turned around the fortunes of both Fiat and Chrysler, passed away yesterday as a result of medical complications that occurred after a shoulder surgery.

A wave of tributes from the auto industry and Formula 1 have poured in since Marchionne's passing, and with the Scuderia on deck this weekend in Hungary, the entire team will show is respect for their former tireless leader.

Scuderia boss Maurizio Arrivabene, Vettel and Raikkonen were all excused from media duties on Thursday at the Hungaroring.

Ferrari flags gracing the team's motorhome shall also be flying at half-mast this weekend.

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