The cremation has taken place of Spanish Formula One test driver Maria de Villota.
De Villota was appointed test driver for Anglo-Russian Formula One team Marussia last year before a testing accident in England in July 2012 in which De Villota lost her right eye and fractured her skull. She recovered from life-threatening injuries but no longer competed.
Only a handful of women have driven Formula One cars in the last decade and none has come near to racing one in competition.
De Villota had been found dead in a hotel in the southern Spanish city of Seville by her personal assistant on Friday.
A family statement said she had died “as a consequence of the neurological injuries she suffered” in the incident.
Formula One drivers will hold a minute’s silence before Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix in memory of de Villota and the podium will be dedicated in her honour, officials said on Saturday.