Williams’ practice pace indicated they could reach Q3 at Imola, but rather than a surprise result it was a different kind of “Maldonado moment” for George Russell.
In the round-up: “No point to return to F1” – Maldonado • Potential Miami F1 track map revealed • Agag makes bid to buy Formula E
Charles Leclerc’s brother and Pastor Maldonado’s cousin won races last weekend while Billy Monger made a successful return to racing after his 2017 horror crash.
In the round-up: Maldonado eyeing WEC and IndyCar as well as F1 • Ferrari sceptical over tyre pressure claims
In the round-up: Maldonado eyes 2017 return • Horner explains pit stop blunder • Sauber drivers conduct ‘unacceptable’
How well do you remember 20 crashes and incidents from Pastor Maldonado’s wreckage-strewn career? Take the newest F1 Fanatic quiz to find out.
Pastor Maldonado has left behind a reputation as F1’s ‘bad boy’, but there are three current drivers who have picked up penalties more frequently than him.
In the round-up: ‘No sense’ in Maldonado joining Manor • Ocon tipped for Renault switch • Vettel, Massa and Bottas attend tyre meeting
Pastor Maldonado has announced his departure Formula One five years after making his debut as a Williams driver. Look back on his career in pictures.
Pastor Maldonado has officially confirmed he will not be on the F1 grid in 2016.
In the round-up: More signs Magnussen will replace Maldonado • “No doubts” over COTA – Ecclestone • Claire Williams: ‘I wish I was braver’
Analysis by F1 Fanatic shows Pastor Maldonado has incurred more than twice as many penalties as any other driver over the course of his 95-race F1 career.
In the round-up: Maldonado sponsor payment delay • Gutierrez targets points from the start • Hulkenberg eyes early season opportunities
In the round-up: Magnussen in Renault link • Engine manufacturers to offer cut-price deal • Another blow for COTA
In the round-up: Maldonado says stewards are tougher on him • 2017 downforce boost will harm racing – Mercedes • Red Bull call rivals “cartel”
As F1 Fanatic’s 2015 Driver Rankings begin the driver at the foot of the list is Lotus racer Pastor Maldonado.
Pastor Maldonado shrugged off blame for his collision with Marcus Ericsson, saying “rubbing is racing”.
Lotus has confirmed the announcement Pastor Maldonado will drive for them next year was the continuation of a pre-existing deal.
Pastor Maldonado will continue to drive for Lotus in 2016, the team has confirmed.
Jenson Button laid the blame for his collision with Pastor Maldonado in the Singapore Grand Prix at the Lotus driver’s feet.