A tribute to the late Niki Lauda is seen on the Scuderia Toro Rosso auto.
"As a team we need to show that we are still improving ourselves day by day and I think by doing so and looking race by race, I think the sum again will be done at the very end of the season". "The FIA have kindly agreed a dispensation".
"His passing leaves a void in Formula One", Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff said in a statement.
Hamilton, who went on to win the 2014, 2015, 2017 and 2018 championships, described Lauda as a "bright light in my life" in a message posted on social media on Tuesday.
Hamilton's Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas took Hamilton's place at the news conference.
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"It meant a lot to me, but also to every single team member", said the Finn as he reflected on Lauda's death. Considering the W10 has the longest wheelbase in the pit lane, it seems somewhat counterintuitive - and in stark contrast to recent years when the relatively long Mercedes has struggled in Monaco - but under the 2019 regulations the world champions have turned one of their biggest weaknesses into a strength. "I think we can get a good result".
Red Bull Racing's Max Verstappen says he's happy with the overall pace around the Circuit de Monaco, but believes that Mercedes AMG Motorsport are too strong and won't be able to fight them for pole position. He achieved a lot in his career, but also after his career had finished - he was generous and amusing. "Very hard for the team, for all of us and most importantly very hard as a friend", he said.
"I will miss our conversations, our laughs, the big hugs after winning races together".
"No doubt it is depending on how the tyres are working and what is required, and so overall it's an interaction between the aero itself, suspension no doubt, because how you balance your aero through the corner, and overall it's the full package". File picture: AP Former Formula One World Champion turned aviation entrepreneur Niki Lauda poses for photographers in front of an Airbus A320 bearing his company's distinctive branding at Vienna's Airport.