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Maldonado set for sports car race seat

Maldonado set for sports car seat

Maldonado set for sports car seat

Pastor Maldonado could be set to get his race career back on track in sports cars.

Since losing his Lotus/Renault race seat at the end of last year, the controversial Venezuelan has not had a prominent role apart from some Pirelli tyre testing.

But it now emerges that the 31-year-old could be drafted into the lineup of the Manor Motorsport team, headed by former F1 team chief Graeme Lowdon, ahead of the forthcoming 6-hour world endurance sports car race in Mexico.

“We are waiting to confirm the third driver — it could be Pastor Maldonado,” Alfonso Toledano, an LMP2 driver, is quoted by the Brazilian sports car publication Bonga Sat.

“The team is making a decision now so we’ll have to wait,” he added.

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