What does Maldonado do now?

What does Maldonado do now?

Maldonado, 33, is moving into sportscar racing for the first time after two years on the sidelines following his final F1 stint with Lotus. Team boss Elton Julian told Autosport: “I’ve been after Pastor for some time and have now been able to offer him the right package.

What is Maldonado known for?

Pastor Maldonado – the professional racing driver more famous for not being able to drive – is leaving F1. The 30-year-old Venezuelan clocked up 29 retirements, endless on-track incidents and that memorable 2012 Spanish Grand Prix win in five seasons.

Which race did Maldonado win?

The victory was the Williams team’s first since the 2004 Brazilian Grand Prix and Maldonado was the fifth driver to win a Grand Prix in the season’s first five races….

2012 Spanish Grand Prix
Time 1:26.250 on lap 53
First Pastor Maldonado Williams-Renault
Second Fernando Alonso Ferrari

Why did Maldonado leave F1?

Maldonado retired from his first race, the Australian Grand Prix, due to transmission problems. In the Malaysian Grand Prix, he failed to reach Q2 in qualifying and again dropped out of the race.

Is Romain Grosjean retiring?

Romain Grosjean has decided to follow his doctors’ advice and to not risk racing one final time for Haas, instead confirming his decision to retire early. “I have left a lot of time for the doctor to discuss, but for my health and safety it is better I don’t take the risk to race in Abu Dhabi,” he said in a video.

What track has the most deaths?

The 10 Most Dangerous Race Tracks In The World

  • Le Mans.
  • Daytona International Speedway.
  • Autodromo Nazionale Monza.
  • Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
  • The Paris-Dakar Rally.
  • Nurburgring Nordschilfe.
  • Isle of Man TT. And the crown for the most dangerous racetrack in the world goes to the Isle of Man TT.
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Why is Romain Grosjean retirement?

Grosjean retired on the last lap while in 8th position due to serious front wing damage. At the German Grand Prix after qualifying 5th he led the race for a while and seemed to be on a faster pace than Sebastian Vettel but the intervention of the safety car changed the race.