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Maldonado looking forward to returning to Italy

Pastor Maldonado is looking forward to returning to Italy for the next race weekend on the F1 calendar at the historic Monza circuit. The track holds fond memories for the Venezuelan, but he believes it will be a difficult weekend for the Lotus F1 Team. 'I like Monza and I love Italy,' he said. 'I actually used to live very close to the circuit when I was starting my career here in Europe. 'I have won races here so it holds some good memories and special feelings for sure. I have a lot of friends here and a lot of supporters who come and see me at the track, so it is very nice to catch up with them all. 'The track is totally unique and of course it is great to be racing where all the old...
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