FIA’s premier open-wheel racing series, Formula 1, is in Sepang this weekend for Sunday’s Malaysian Grand Prix. While the teams and drivers have a busy weekend ahead of them, each of them are taking time to send support for those who were onboard Flight MH370 and their families.
Flight MH370 disappeared during its flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, prompting an ongoing search that is now taking place in the Indian Ocean.
Many in the Formula 1 paddock have taken to Twitter and other forms of social media to send their support to the missing passengers and their families. Formula 1 will hold a moment of silence prior to its Grand Prix on Sunday.
— Scuderia Ferrari (@InsideFerrari) March 28, 2014
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— McLaren (@McLarenF1) March 28, 2014