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Topic - Fernando Alonso
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has played down what appeared to be a veiled criticism of the team by Fernando Alonso and has given his backing to the two-time Formula One champion.
Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso posted the fastest time in the rain-disrupted second practice session at the Monaco Grand Prix on Thursday. Formula One leader Lewis Hamilton was second.
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes were in a class of their own again in qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix on Saturday, while struggling four-time champion Sebastian Vettel stalled and was demoted on the grid.
Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso is telling his local fans to keep their expectations low for this Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix.
The crowd resembled the kind of gathering normally reserved for a Formula One podium celebration.
Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso said his struggling team is "still in the fight" after he finally got on the podium for the first time this season, finishing third at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Ferrari's new team principal, Marco Mattiacci, arrived at the Chinese Grand Prix on Friday wearing large sunglasses - on an overcast day.
Mercedes set the fastest practice times again at the Chinese Grand Prix on Friday, though rivals Ferrari and Red Bull may have closed the gap somewhat on Formula One's runaway leader.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton took pole position for the Malaysian Grand Prix on Saturday to tie the record for most qualifying wins by a British driver in Formula One.
Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso acknowledges the team needs to improve sharply and quickly on the performance it showed in Sunday's F1 season opener when the scarlet cars were well off the pace of their rivals.
The biggest rivalry of the Formula One season might be found on the same team, with former world champions Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen racing with and against each other for Ferrari.
For jaded Formula One fans weary of Sebastian Vettel's dominance in recent years, an overdue shake-up is coming.
Engine trouble limited Red Bull's new car to a handful of laps on the third day of Formula One preseason testing, with Daniel Ricciardo sputtering to a halt seconds into his debut with the world champion on Thursday.
Fernando Alonso says Ferrari won't contend for the Formula One title next year unless it finds more speed.
Mark Webber managed to outshine his Red Bull teammate Sebastian Vettel, beating the four-time world champion's time right at the end of qualifying to take pole position for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Saturday.
"Leaving aside the performance of the others, I am happy with what we have done today," Alonso said. "At every race, all the teams bring something new and we must try and make an additional step forward if we want to be competitive."
Alonso said Thursday he wasn't sure if Mattiacci was even coming to Shanghai, and when Raikkonen was asked his opinion of the new team principal, he responded: "I don't know him.