Maldonado: I decide who I drive for in 2014, I cannot guaranteethat I will stay with Williams 31 October, 2013 Pastor Maldonado walks the Yas Marina Circuit with his Williams crew Venezuelan Formula 1 driver Pastor Maldonado said on Thursday that he had several offers on the table for next season and the decision to leave or stay at Williams would be up to him. Responding to increasing paddock speculation that he is heading for Lotus, Maldonado told reporters at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix that no decision had been made yet. “The decision will be down to me, so I prefer to take some more time. I really hope to have the decision before the end of the season, still a couple of weeks to go so we’ll see,” he said. “I cannot guarantee [that] I will leave the team or [that] I will stay.” Pastor Maldonado undecided who he will drive for next season Maldonado, winner from pole position in Spain last year, has endured a grim season at former champions Williams with only one point to his and the team’s credit. He said he was taking his time to analyse the offers because it was a big decision to make and he needed to feel comfortable with it. Williams are switching from Renault to Mercedes power next season when the sport is undergoing a major upheaval with the introduction of a new turbocharged V6 and energy recovery systems. (Reuters) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsButton admits career hinges on McLaren decisionAlonso: Someday I’ll talk too and somebody will not like itSilly Season: Vettel and Red Bull deny Alonso swapMarchionne: Alonso and Raikkonen staying with FerrariMcLaren running out of star driver options for 2015McLaren eye Hamilton-Rosberg feud with interestButton relaxed amid Vettel and Alonso reportsSilly Season hinges on McLaren Honda driver decisionsButton unperturbed by Alonso reportsJuncadella in running for 2015 F1 race seat Spartacus SW4 Black Cabs on 0800 118 2494 are looking for drivers. captain tortuga lol @ sparta. I just saw an vacancy at the local constructor, they are looking for someone to drive the ‘dozer’ rev Yet, he did win a GP2 championship and won Williams’ first GP in many years with an inferior Williams. Lotus is sensible to consider him. Yes, he’s still too wild and eager, but he has the speed and great sponsor backing. Boycottthebull Please not Lotus, Please not Lotus. He seems so far removed from that win in Spain I keep thinking maybe I dreamt it and it didnt really happen? the fan here’s the problem when you win a grand prix. drivers think they are that good to demand. ZombieJebus Please leave Williams and go to LOLtus so I can go back to cheering for Williams and hating “Lotus”. Butterfly OMG, Pastor is being subltle here. Dude, we know you’re going to Lotus! Idiot. Angela Which leaves no seat at Lotus for the Hulk! I really hope McLaren come to their senses, drop Perez and get Hulkenberg! Fletcher Angela McLaren did come to their senses. That’s why they chose Perez over Hulkenberg. And why Ferrari or RedBull chose Riccardo and Kimi because Hulkenberg is just average. Hell even DiResta was par with him when they were teammates. Barichello showed him the way in Williams. He doesn’t even have a podium to his name for crying out loud. There is a reason why teams don’t pick him up. Same story with Kobayashi. A fan favourite but no team wants him. Alonso_is_Slow Fletcher is an idiot. As a rookie, hulkenberg was outperforming rubens by the end of his first season. After a year off, he came back and whomped diresta. This year he, unlike Kimi, hasn’t given up and is now on top of his sauber and is often ahead of kimi or massa or webber and sometimes Hamilton and alonso.