Button has admitted to upsetting about the noises of hopefulness from Ferrari’s. With the Spanish racer having moved from Renault where he was not in the running for the earlier two titles, some consider Alonso is currently testing at the wheel of the championship-favorite car.
Into the part of an conference with El Mundo, the 28-year-old admitted that the new Maranello built car is now illustrate even well again than we likely. Last tear world champion Jenson Button told Spain‘s Marca: I see a happy Alonso, and that’s not good as it means he’s fast.
Jenson, 30, will be at the wheel of the 2010 McLaren at Barcelona on Thursday and Saturday, while Alonso will be testing the Ferrari on the opening two days of the final pre-season test. Spaniard Marc Gene remains a Ferrari test driver in 2010 and he said he is cautious about the F10’s apparent form.
Our car is very reliable and the drivers are very happy, but we must be cautious, he tells Diario Sport. After the fiasco of 2009 we have no illusions, even though the F10 looks like a good car, Gene said.