Despite failing to score a point so far in 2014, Pastor Maldonado believes a top five finish is possible for Lotus at the next round of the season in Spain.
The Venezuelan driver is expecting the Enstone-based outfit to be more competitive at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya and is confident that he can come away from the weekend with a good result. He finished the last race in China one lap down in 14th place.
The Spanish Grand Prix is the first European round of the year and is the first chance for teams to introduce major upgrade packages. 'I’m expecting to be more competitive,' he explained. 'It will be very important to start scoring some points, but if everything goes well and we...
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