Pastor Maldonado

Controversial F1 driver saved 12-year-old from fire

Pastor Maldonado, the Venezuelan racer, achieved a remarkable triumph at the 2012 Spanish Grand Prix, securing his first and only Formula 1 race victory.  However, his feat was overshadowed by a significant incident that unfolded on the same day, demonstrating his heroism off the track. Maldonado had faced harsh criticism after a lackluster debut season

Pastor Maldonado at Lotus F1 Team in 2015 -

Pastor Maldonado Opens Up On Being Dropped By Renault

Pastor Maldonado was set to be retained by Renault for the 2016 season after the French car giant purchased and rebranded the Lotus F1 Team. However, due to financial reasons, the Venezuelan was dropped and Renault ran Kevin Magnussen and Jolyon Palmer in its first season back as a full Formula One works team. READ:


George Russell Felt Like Pastor Maldonado During Portuguese GP

George Russell finished the Portuguese Grand Prix in 14th position, but the Briton believes he was in with a decent chance of scoring his first points in Formula One if there were a few more retirements. Russell said it was a “good race” for him and described his Williams car as feeling great, though he


Williams & Maldonado Didn’t Cheat At 2012 Spanish GP – Wurz

The 2012 Spanish Grand Prix was, by all accounts, a remarkable race weekend. Pastor Maldonado started the race on pole after Lewis Hamilton was disqualified from qualifying for running out of fuel on his final run, while team-mate Bruno Senna qualified down in 17th position. READ: Jackie Stewart Would ‘Love’ To See Sebastian Vettel Retire