Maldonado predicts 'big party' in Venezuela

Pastor Maldonado expects there will be a "big party" in his native Venezuela after taking his maiden Formula 1 win at the Spanish Grand Prix.

The delighted Williams driver held off a challenge from home favourite Fernando Alonso's Ferrari, and tells BBC Sport's Lee McKenzie he had "everything under control" and was "not nervous" in the closing stages of the race.

Maldonado's win is the first for the Williams team for eight years, following Juan Pablo Montoya's win at the 2004 Brazilian Grand Prix.

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