F1 » Hero to zero for Maldonado

Pastor Maldonado endures a weekend to forget in Monaco

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Andy - Unregistered

May 27, 2012 10:27 PM

Was always a high chance of being caught up in an accident starting from the back half of the grid at monaco.

I'm sure he'll be causing havock in canada for the top boys

jfc1 - Unregistered

May 27, 2012 10:56 PM

...yeah I can't wait to see you docked twice before the race even starts, have to start from the back and crash twice in the first lap and retire again. Just goes to show that everyone gets lucky once in a while.

Vince - Unregistered

May 27, 2012 11:46 PM

I wouldn't say the title is particularly biased - 'hero to zero' is an old phrase.

Anyway, a clumsy weekend from Maldonado - probably his worst in F1 - not the way to carry the winning momentum. Respect can be lost just as quickly as its earned....

But, forget Maldonado, why is nobody picking out the so far abysmal run that Grosjean is having? He's had a couple of points finished but when examined properly, in every race but one he has either crashed out or been involved in a collision with another car. And that's just this season.... when he was in F1 a couple of years ago he was just as crash happy then....
His fault or not, he brought that crash upon himself by a bad start and failure to commit to a line.

RawPace - Unregistered

May 28, 2012 12:42 AM

He have the pace and williams is a good car this season. He just has to finish up in the quali and start the race without any contact for first few corners, then he can finish in points without causing any collisions during the race! It is always the starting corners a problem for him.

Mr Pissedoff Maldun F all duh has had his one and only win just like Olivier Panis had in Monaco all those years ago or the 1/2 win of Vittiria Brambilla , Maldonaldo will have to spend a few hours on a shrinks couch before he is straightened out. Was he the bumper cars champion in the Venezuela junior league ?


May 28, 2012 5:22 AM

So the guy loses his cool sometimes. It's not a good look, but he wouldn't be the first F1 prima donna to behave like that. In fact there have been some particularly successful drivers over the years who have behaved a lot worse.

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