Hamilton: MH370 tragedy is heartbreaking

KUALA LUMPUR - Despite staying focused on racing and the pressure of being a Formula One driver, Lewis Hamilton has been following the heart-wrenching news about MH370.


"It's just heartbreaking," he said at the KLCC Park yesterday.

"My heart and thoughts go out to the families and friends of the passengers on board the plane."

The Formula One 2008 champion said he had been following the news since the plane went missing. MAS had since said that all indications revealed that the plane with everyone on board had plunged into the Indian Ocean.

Lewis, 29, said he was still hopeful for a miracle for something positive to turn up.

"Until then, I will keep my fingers crossed," he added.

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