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Pastor Maldonado in Desperate Need of Good Result in 2015 Spanish Grand Prix

Formula One teams have around 27 million reasons to employ Pastor Maldonado, but even those have little justification after the opening four races of the 2015 season. That—$27 million—is the price he (or rather, PDVSA, his personal sponsor) pays for the pleasure of driving for Lotus in the pinnacle of motorsport, according to Autosport's Ian Parkes. And it is clear who gets the better deal. While Maldonado gets to pretend to be one of the 20 fastest drivers in the world, revelling in the priceless experience of racing on the same stretch of tarmac as modern greats such as Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel, Lotus, one of the proudest institutions in the history of F1, are reduced to a one-car team, their constructors' champion...

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