# Pastor Maldonado

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# Formula 1
Hamilton on pole for Singapore Grand Prix
Pastor Maldonado will join McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton on the front of the grid for Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix.
# F1
Vettel lays down Singapore marker
The Red Bull driver set the early pace with a time of one minute and 50.566 seconds, less than a tenth of a second ahead of McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton at the Marina Bay Street Circuit.
# unsafe
Grosjean banned and fined after Belgian Grand Prix crash
A thrilling race was marred by wild driving earlier today.
# Ferrari
Dominant Alonso takes Hockenheim pole
The Formula One championship leader moved to the top of the qualifying standings with a time of one minute, 40.904 seconds just before the clock ran out this afternoon.
# Take a Break
Off the record: five sports stories you may have missed this weekend
England’s flashy fans are only the beginning. Here’s your weekly round-up of the sporting world’s best bits over the last 48 hours.
# F1
Button fastest in rain-hit Monaco practice
Button clocked a time of one minute, 15.746 seconds on super-soft tyres at the iconic Monte Carlo street circuit before the rain began to fall.
# Moving On
Williams thanks rivals, begins preparation for Monaco GP
24 hours after a fire destroyed equipment and injured seven team members, one seriously, Williams has stated its intention to contest next week’s Monaco Grand Prix.
# Spanish GP
Fire breaks out in Williams garage after Spanish GP win
Up to nine F1 team members have been treated for burns and smoke inhalation following the post-race blaze.
# History
Spanish GP: Maldonado scores famous win for Williams
Pastor Maldonado’s maiden Grand Prix win gave the Williams team their first chequered flag since 2004.
# F1
Hamilton takes pole for Aussie GP
The 2008 World Champion finished the session a tenth of a second faster than McLaren teammate Jenson Button. Comeback kid Kimi Raikkonen endured a day to forget.
# Lewis Lament
Latest crash my fault, admits Hamilton
Hamilton holds his hands up after yet another racing incident blights his attempts to claim another Drivers’ Championship.
# Hamfisted
Hamilton 'not going to change his approach' despite recent collisions
British driver says second would be “a great finish” in Sunday’s European Grand Prix.