According to the fine folks at AUTOSPORT, Williams F1 driver Pastor Maldonado is set to leave the team and take his PDVSA oil money with him. According to “high level sources”, the Venezuelan will be leaving the team making room for the Ferrari-jettisoned Felipe Massa—which shocks me to no end—and some suggest that Lotus, Sauber or Force India may be the likely landing spot for the high-flying Pastor to light.
PDVSA has been engaged with Williams with a $20m contract but apparently they will pay a get-out-of-jail fee to take their marbles and chalk elsewhere as Maldonado feels the Williams car is the only thing holding him back from world domination.
As for Massa, AUTOSPORT says...
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