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Manama : Bahrain | 2 years ago  
May 14, 2012 Read later Taking his turn Pastor Maldonado on his way to winning the Spanish Grand Prix, which was Williams' first victory since Brazil in 2004. Ferrari's Fernando Alonso...
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