The Ferrari team will pay tribute to four Italian soldiers killed in Afghanistan by wearing black armbands on Sunday at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa’s cars will be “decorated in similar fashion”, the team said on Saturday.
Stefano Domenicali said:
The death of four of our fellow countrymen working as part of a peace mission grieves us greatly. We are with their families in spirit and wish to honour their memory.
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