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The world of Formula One descends on Kuala Lumpur for the often-dramatic Malaysian Grand Prix with excitement around the Sepang circuit unusually muted as the country mourns the disappearance of flight MH370 .The drivers have been quick to offer their support, and Lewis Hamilton also has a "#PrayForMH370" message on the side of his Mercedes car this week. He will be hoping it is on display for the entire 56 laps of Sunday's race after only managing a brief three-lap run in Melbourne. One driver in greater need of major progress is four-time defending world champion Sebastian Vettel, who failed to finish in Melbourne after reliability issues dashed his hopes of a 10th race win in a row after only a few laps at Albert Park.However, the Briton said the car lacked race pace to challenge for victory on the notoriously quick Sepang circuit where afternoon thunderstorms are again predicted, which could wreck havoc on the undulating track.
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