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October 13, 2013 
Japanese fans display a banner in the colours of the Spanish flag dedicated to the late Marussia test... 
Suzuka, Japan 
Japanese fans display a banner in the colours of the Spanish flag dedicated to the late Marussia test... 
Japanese fans display a banner in the colours of the Spanish flag dedicated to the late Marussia test driver Maria De Villota, at the entrance to the Suzuka circuit ahead of the Japanese F1 Grand Prix in Suzuka, western Japan October 13, 2013. Formula One drivers will hold a minute's silence at the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday and dedicate the winner's podium to De Villota, they said on Saturday. De Villota, who lost her right eye and fractured her skull in a freak accident during a straight line aerodynamic test in England in July 2012, was found dead in a hotel in her native Spain on Friday. Her sister said the family had been told the 33-year-old, whose father Emilio was once a Formula One driver, had died in her sleep as a result of neurological injuries she suffered in the crash. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: SPORT MOTORSPORT F1) 
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