Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz react to tragedy in Turkey and Syria

Thousands of lives have been lost as a result of earthquakes in Turkey and Syria over the past week.

The scenes in Turkey and Syria at the moment are ones of tragedy, as the bodies of missing people are still being discovered in the aftermath of devastating earthquakes.

The disaster has seen thousands of people lose their lives and the efforts to find people trapped underneath the rubble are leading to more and more heartbreak.

In the sporting world, Ghanaian footballer for Turkish side Hatayspor is still yet to be found, with many believing that he may still be trapped under rubble and debris, having been caught up in the middle of the earthquake.

Friends and loved ones are being discovered too late to save their lives, much to the dismay of families in the affected areas.

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A Ferrari fan account has now shared their tragic news of social media, mourning the loss of their loved ones with a photo of the pair in Ferrari merchandise.

“We lost our father and daughter, Tifosi, who live in Iskenderun, Onur and Eftayla Kurt,” said the post.

“May God have mercy on them, may their place be heaven. They were buried under the rubble and died.”

The post has received wave after wave of support from the Ferrari fanbase, with thousands of fans offering their condolences to those affected by the earthquakes.

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The most heart-warming show of support has come from Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc, who has replied to the post with a number of heart emojis and a sad face, showing that his is clearly saddened by the tragic losses in Turkey and Syria.

Leclerc has not been the only one to speak out about the tragedy, with his Ferrari teammate Carlos Sainz also sharing his thoughts on Twitter.

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“Still terrified by the news and images that keep coming from Turkey and Syria after the devastating earthquake,” he wrote on Twitter.

“All my thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected and with the families of the victims.”

Everybody at would like to offer their condolences to those affected by the earthquakes and hope for positive news in the coming days.