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Alonso: Nothing changed in one race

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Fernando Alonso still ready to fight with Red Bull for 2012 F1 title, last four races Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel took top podium and they are entirely dominated in the last few grand prix’s.

Sebastian Vettel earned 100 points from last four races with top podium, and now he is 13 points ahead of Fernando Alonso. The Spaniard said nothing changed in one race, and he added that still 75 points remain in this season, he is very confident that they can beat Red Bull in remaining races of the season.

Ferrari still struggled in qualifying pace, but they are more aggressive in Sunday race, today he was start from fifth on the grid and to finish second place on the podium.

“Nothing changed in one race,” Alonso said

“There are 75 points and we are 13 behind and we know we need to improve. We are not fast enough, especially on Saturday, but we can improve the situation in Abu Dhabi or USA.

“As we saw with Mark [Webber] with the KERS problem, it can happen to Seb or it can happen to us, so I am optimistic.”

“I think we need to bring some new parts to Abu Dhabi and hopefully improve a little bit the competitiveness of the car and get closer to Red Bulls on Saturday and hopefully Sunday as well,” he said.

“There are three races remaining and the championship is the main target. We need to recover some points. It would be nice to finish in front of Seb there and if we win even better. For that we need to make a step forward as at the moment we are not able to win.”

“I think Brazil will be quite good and hopefully I am going to be happy. I think it is good news for us seeing that we could fight Red Bull in the race,” he said.


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