Two lorry drivers are due to be sentenced on Friday for causing a pile-up that killed eight people in a minibus.
Ryszard Masierak, 31, and Fed Ex Driver David Wagstaff, 54, caused the collision on the M1 in the early hours of August 26 last year.
A minibus driven by Cyriac Joseph was crushed between their two vehicles when Masierak came to a complete stop in the slow lane while twice the legal limit.
Six men and two women including Mr Joseph were killed in the smash, while four others including a four-year-old girl were seriously injured.
The remaining five deceased were named as Panneerselvam Annamalai, Rishi Ranjeev Kumar, Vivek Baskaran, Lavanyalakshmi Seetharaman, Karthikeyan Pugalur Ramasubramanian, Subramaniyan Arachelvan and Tamilmani Arachelvan.
They had been on their way from Nottingham to London to catch a coach to Disneyland.
Polish national Masierak, of Evesham, Worcestershire, had been stationary in the slow line for more than 12 minutes, despite miles of hard shoulder being available to him.
At trial, it emerged he did not have a professional licence after it was revoked by the authorities.
Maseriak was convicted of eight counts of causing death by dangerous driving and four counts of causing serious injury by dangerous driving after trial at Reading Crown Court.
Wagstaff, from Stoke, admitted eight counts of causing death by careless driving and four counts of careless driving, but was cleared of more serious charges of causing death and serious injury by dangerous driving.
The pair are due to be sentenced at Aylesbury Crown Court at 2pm.