F1 » Maldonado: Williams 'undriveable' in the rain

Pastor Maldonado was not happy after missing out on progressing through to Q2, describing his Williams as "undriveable at the moment."

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Oli - Unregistered

March 16, 2013 5:42 PM

If Maldonado won the 2012 European GP at Valencia then someone should tell Alonso because poor old Fernando still thinks he won. And I'm pretty sure Hamilton will want that last lap crash removed from history too!

Trotski - Unregistered

March 17, 2013 10:00 AM

Bottas scored higher than Senna in Friday practise sessions in Malaysia, China, Bahrain, Spain, Great Britain, Germany, Belgium (although 2nd session was wet and Senna was too scared to drive so this doesn't count) and Italy.
Senna was faster in Valencia, Hungary, Japan, Korea, India and Brazil. So this went 7 - 6 to Bottas and Senna returned to herd goats.
Bottas was faster than Maldonado in 1st practise session in Malaysia, China, Spain, Great Britain, Hungary and India so it went 6 - 8 to Maldonado but Bottas got this Australian round turning it to 7 - 8.

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