F1 » Maldonado admits need to learn from mistakes


Pastor Maldonado: I just need to be focused for the second part of the season and keep our target for the car

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JoeS

August 12, 2012 3:31 AM

Im going to say something, something that many will not agree with, but i am going to say that Bruno Senna is a better driver than this man. Maybe not outright faster (though senna's recent results go some way to disprove that) but he's more consistent, crashes less, and is not hated by 99% of the formula 1 community. Only 98% hates senna.

jose - Unregistered

August 12, 2012 3:51 PM

JoeS,

No way can I agree with your hate assessment. A strong term to describe people
you have never met or know. 'Dislike' would be a better description.
Your 'Dog' baby..

Jose

JJ - Unregistered

August 12, 2012 4:45 PM

I wonder how much FW is counting all the $ that PM brings it fly out the door as they pay for repairs and fines he racks up. Also the points he has cost the team. Senna is far more consistent than PM is with far less on track accidents.
My big wonder is how does this guy still have his F1 drivers license? If any one of us were to have this many accidents in a year, we would have our driving license taken away. Why hasn't the FIA done anything. PM is a safety hazard to everyone in F1 when he drives.

tumini - Unregistered

August 13, 2012 5:24 AM

A planned 'hero's homecoming' Formula 1 street demo for Williams driver Pastor Maldonado in the Venezuelan capital Caracas was cut short on Sunday when he spun and damaged the car on only his second lap.


hahahahhaahaha ,,,, this guy is really a joke

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