F1 » ‘He still managed to crash in to Jules’


Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon says Pastor Maldonado's collision with Jules Bianchi could have been “incredibly costly”

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ZEDX

July 28, 2014 5:45 PM

I can't believe Lotus re-signed this guy ... he only "got away with it" this time because he 1) hit a "lowly" Marussia, and 2) Bianchi was able to finish
Imagine the fall-out if he had tangled with one of the front runners....
He's a lot worse than Andrea "de-crasheris" of yesteryear
Money or not.. this guy is lethal..

mrfill

July 28, 2014 7:19 PM

@ZEDX
Valencia 2012.
Spa 2011
Monaco 2011

He and Hamilton collided. Monaco was deemed lulu's fault, the other two he got penalties.

Lotus had about 30 million reasons to re-sign him. Pity they didn't get him to resign.

1Jez

July 29, 2014 5:18 AM

Oh, how this man infuriates me. Never in the field of Formula 1 has the misfortune of so many been caused by so few. No driver has been penalised more often in one season than Maldonado.

Why he still holds a super licence is beyond me. Take the decision to hire him out of desperate, cash-strapped teams' hands. Actually, I think I'd rather see him retain his super licence and the teams be given a greater share of the profit by FOM. That way he can be shown the door based on his lack of skill alone and he will have no-one to blame but himself.

Stuey99

July 29, 2014 1:25 PM

DBL: Monaco 2005, banned for life from Monaco. Only his rich daddy got him out of that by paying for the medical care for the marshal he hit and severely injured.


I never knew that. Just read up about it. Clearly an idiot.

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