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I'm much, MUCH less disappointed at the loss of Senna than I am at the retention of Maldonado. Senna did little to help his cause this year, so like most posters I feel this is no great loss.
I can't believe Maldonado is still on the grid. This year, he won a race and yet finished 15th in the standings. There were SEVEN drivers who did not win a GP that scored more than this hack. I still believe he should have had his superlicence taken away for deliberately ramming Hamilton at Spa in 2011. That, and he also received a life ban for extremely dangerous behaviour at the Monaco circuit that somehow magically disappeared when he entered F1.