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    Renault-trained Venezuelan

     
    Renault-trained Venezuelan



    As the first Venezuelan driver ever to break into Formula 1, Pastor Maldonado quickly made the decision to go to Europe for his training. And it was in Renault race cars that the Williams F1 team member learned the secrets of his profession.

    It was in Formula Renault 2.0 that Pastor Maldonnado attracted attention by becoming Champion of Italy in 2004.
    Like most racing drivers, he acquired a taste for motor sport by taking part in karting from the age of eight. But the young Venezuelan soon understood that he would have to leave his home town of Maracay, 150 kilometres from Caracas, if he was to make racing his career. So he headed for Europe, or more precisely, Italy.

    Renault-trained Venezuelan



    The hard-working racing driver competed in the Formula Renault 3.5 Series in 2005 and 2006.
    At the age of 18, Pastor started out in Formula Renault 2.0 Italy in 2003. Right from his first year, he attracted attention with a pole position and three podiums. In 2004 he won the title of Formula Renault 2.0 Champion of Italy. He also took part in Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0, where he crossed swords with Romain Grosjean, among others, and finished in eighth place with two wins. His good results enabled him to have a foretaste of Formula 1 by becoming the test driver for Minardi.
    The next step in his career involved a new concept launched by Renault in 2005: the World Series by Renault. That meant Pastor joined Formula Renault 3.5 Series from its very first year, driving for the DAMS team. He started the season well, but was suspended for four races after a mishap in Monaco. By not slowing down sufficiently when the yellow flag was flying, he injured a marshal who was working on the track. Footage of the incident is still shown to young drivers during briefings in Monaco.

    Renault-trained Venezuelan



    After that unfortunate episode, which taught him a lesson, Pastor returned to Formula Renault 3.5 Series, this time with Team Draco. He battled for the title right up to the last race and finally finished third, only nine points behind the champion and with three wins to his credit… one of them in Monaco.
    His career continued in the GP2 Series, which he won in 2010. Then came his first year in Formula 1 in 2011. After initially signing with the Spanish team HRT, it was finally with the prestigious Williams team that Pastor got started in the top motor sport. He immediately stood out because of his enthusiasm and scored his first point at Spa-Francorchamps.

    In 2012 Williams F1 Team and Renault resumed their winning partnership of the 1990s, the British team once again powered by a Renault engine. Pastor took advantage of the team’s new strength by accomplishing a convincing season, the highlight of which was the Spanish Grand Prix. That weekend, as Frank Williams was celebrating his 70th birthday, Pastor became a member of the exclusive club of Grand Prix winners by beating Fernando Alonso in front of his home crowd.

    Renault-trained Venezuelan



    The first points of the 2013 season, picked up in Hungary, gave the Williams-Renault driver fresh hope.
    At the moment the 2013 season is looking more complicated. But Pastor has the kind of forceful personality that never gives up and his first reward was the first point of the season that he collected for the Williams team in Hungary. With his team mate Valtteri Bottas, who won the Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 in 2008, he has high hopes for the end of the season.
     
     


     
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