Maldonado keen to stay on with Williams 11 October, 2012 Oct.11 (Reuters) Venezuelan Formula One driver Pastor Maldonado wants to stay with Williams next season despite suggesting last weekend that he might have other options. The driver told reporters at the South Korean Grand Prix on Thursday that he had no desire to move. “I really want to stay with Williams,” he said. “It’s a good team and the team is getting better and better every day. We’ve been rebuilding everything in the team and I think now it’s more compact. “At the moment there is not confirmation. So I’m looking forward to seeing that but otherwise looking forward to remaining in F1 for sure.” Maldonado won the Spanish Grand Prix in May, Williams’s first victory since 2004, and brings substantial backing to the former champions from Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA. There had been questions in F1 circles about what might happen to that sponsorship should Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez, a big fan of Maldonado, fail to be re-elected or have to leave office. The long-serving socialist leader, who has had treatment for cancer, secured another six-year term in office on Sunday, however. Subbed by AJN. Related NewsBelgian Grand Prix: Williams preview SpaMassa: I left Ferrari at the right timeNasr seeking F1 race seat for 2015The difference a year makes for Lotus and WilliamsMassa: Ferrari can learn from Williams experienceSilly Season Latest: Bottas to McLarenWilliams: The pace of the car wasn’t fantasticMassa unhappy to use old parts in HungaryWilliams: A difficult qualifying sessionWilliams: Our upgrades seem to be working well McLarenfan Talk about a U turn psych4191 If they’re smart they’ll dump him. Bottas – Senna brings plenty of sponsorship, and it’s a far more intelligent line up.