The F1 paddock in Hockenheim has joined the rest of the world in shock at the terrible news emerging from violence-torn Ukraine.
Almost 300 people are dead after a Boeing 777 en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur crashed, apparently after the Malaysia Airlines flight was shot down by a missile fired by pro-Moscow Russian separatists.
"The news has really got to me," Sauber reserve driver Giedo van der Garde, a Dutchman, said on Twitter.
"I've been on a MH flight from Amsterdam to KL often. Thoughts go out to everyone involved."
The shocking development will put more pressure on organisers of October's inaugural Russian grand prix, who were already fending off rumours...
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