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Maldonado says 'top five' possible in Spain

Pastor Maldonado believes Lotus can secure a top five position at the Spanish Grand Prix if everything goes well and the car delivers its maximum potential. With the team having failed to score a single point in the opening four races, some would see it an unlikely goal, but the Venezuelan is expecting a step forward in Barcelona thanks to both car and power unit upgrades. "I’m expecting to be more competitive," said Maldonado. "It will be very important to start scoring some points, but if everything goes well and we get some luck too then a top five is possible. "It is going to be difficult - there are the two Mercedes and two Red Bulls and then others who have...
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