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Maldonado: Still possible to achieve good things

Pastor Maldonado had a troubled race weekend in Montreal After seeing his first points for Lotus slip away in Canada, Pastor Maldonado is happy to be heading back to Austria for Formula 1’s first visit since 2003. What are your thoughts ahead of Austria? I know the track, but it was maybe ten years ago when I last raced there and it will be new for me in an F1 car. I think it should be quite good for the E22. It looks like the circuit doesn’t have too many low speed corners and the downforce and set-up is similar to Barcelona, which should help us. We will work hard to solve the problems we had in Canada so that we can reach our targets in Austria. I’m certainly optimistic Austria...
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