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F1 to honour missing plane passengers

Formula 1 will pay tribute to the passengers on missing flight MH370 at Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix. The plane, travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, disappeared on 8 March and is thought to have crashed with the loss of all 239 people on board. Drivers are expected to carry messages on cars and helmets and there will be a minute's silence before the race. 'It's devastating to hear about it,' said Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton. 'All you can do is pray.' MH370 - Facts at a glance 8 March - Malaysia Airlines Kuala Lumpur-Beijing flight carrying 239 people disappears Plane's transponder, which gives out location data, was switched off as it left Malaysian airspace Satellite 'pings'...
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