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F1 and MotoGP world pays tribute to Nelson Mandela

Motorsport drivers, riders and personalities take to Twitter to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela, South Africa's first black President, who sadly passed away on Thursday December 5, aged 95...Lewis Hamilton @LewisHamilton One of the most special moments in my life was meeting the great Madiba. God rest your soul. I will miss you x pic.twitter.com/vc476d4hasFelipe1Massa @Felipe1MassaRIP for Nelson Mandela ,God rest your soul in peace !!! Greatest human being.http://instagram.com/p/hjpvdlnLQ0/Martin Brundle @MBrundleF1 17h RIP Nelson Mandela. What an inspiration that man was, and remains.Sahara Force India @clubforce “The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every...
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