Williams can push on - Maldonado
Pastor Maldonado is confident that he can build on his maiden grand prix win and challenge for the title this season.
The 27-year-old benefited from a severe penalty handed out to Lewis Hamilton to start Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix on pole and made full use of the promotion to hold off Fernando Alonso and the Lotus duo of Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean. It was the Venezuelan's his first Formula One win at the 24th attempt and he is the fifth different winner of the season - and that has given him encouragement for the rest of the campaign. Williams endured a torrid time in 2011 but the team's first victory in 132 races has already seem them more than treble their points tally from the whole of last year. "For sure we are a little bit backwards [on points] compared with the leaders, with Fernando and Vettel, but we need to keep working. We are not the best team at the moment," Maldonado said. "The car looked pretty good, but I think we need to keep pushing some particulars at Williams, especially in the car, but everything is possible. The gaps are so close at the moment, I'm driving well, I have a good feeling with the team, with the car, so everything is possible. "For sure we are looking to do our best, looking forward to winning some races, to getting a couple more podiums and I'm really happy because the team hasn't won many races for many years so this is a great moment for us. I hope to continue like that."