Lotus F1 Team
Lotus driver Pastor Maldonado says he is hoping to end his points drought at this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix.
Maldonado has not finished in the top 10 of a race since the Hungarian Grand Prix last July, but the Venezuelan - who was unable to start in Monaco due to a fuel pump failure - is hopeful of ending that barren run.
"I think it would be good to have a trouble free weekend and finish the race strongly in the points," he said. "With the variable weather we’ve seen there in the past, anything can happen in Montréal, however I would like to see us bringing home some good points for the team.
"It will be tough as it’s going to be such a tricky...
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