F-1 shows solidarity with victims of attacks in Brussels
"Very tough to believe what is happening again", said Carlos Sainz, and McLaren's Belgian Stoffel Vandoorne added: "Terrible news. Where is this world going to???"
Brussels has been rocked by explosions and attacks in the heart of the European continent, as the death toll rises and the details unfold, F1 drivers have shown their support for the people caught up in the violence:
Very tough to believe what is happening again, this time in Brussels. My condolences to everybody affected by the tragedy.— Carlos Sainz (@carlosainz) 22 March 2016
Terrible news from #BrusselsAirport... Where is this world going to??? My prayers are with everyone involved 🙏🏼— Stoffel Vandoorne (@svandoorne) 22 March 2016
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