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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Maldonado
Michael Schumacher crashed near the end of a wet second practice for the German Grand Prix and was unhurt as he walked from his damaged Mercedes on Friday.
Williams driver Pastor Maldonado was fined and accused of being "very dangerous" for Formula One after ending a rival's race for a second successive grand prix on Sunday.
Teams and drivers emerged from the Spanish Grand Prix with more questions than answers on just who is the Formula One favorite after five races.
Pastor Maldonado held off Fernando Alonso to win the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday, giving Williams its first Formula One victory in eight years. The celebration quickly gave way to concern when a fire in the team garage left 16 people injured.
"I was on the inside of the corner, so it was mine, Sergio was outside trying to take the position from me," Maldonado told the BBC.