Pastor Maldonado won't change his approach to racing just to alter his reputation with his critics.
The Williams driver was back in the stewards' bad books last time out in Spa when he was handed a ten-second stop-go penalty for crashing into Paul di Resta.
At the time, Maldonado believed the blame belonged partly to di Resta's team-mate Adrian Sutil, who he says crossed his line "aggressively."
That, though, did not stop the stewards from giving the Venezuelan driver his latest penalty.
But despite that list growing, Maldonado says he won't let criticism force him to change his style.
"I'm racing, this is racing. My reputation is another thing," he told NF1.
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