Pastor Maldonado has bemoaned his “unlucky” incident during the early stages of the second practice session, which saw the Venezuelan driver lose control of his Lotus on the exit of turn nine and slide down the wall towards turn ten.
Only eight minutes into the second practice session in preparation for the Belgian Grand Prix, Maldonado brought out the first of two red flag delays after he lost control of his car on the exit of turn nine and collided heavily with the retaining armco barrier. The Venezuelan eventually came to a stop on the outside of turn ten, with his Lotus badly damaged and his session understandably brought to a premature conclusion.
After the session Maldonado...
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