2013 F1

Ferrari: We want to win together

1185430_623295791034386_875772882_nFerrari team boss Stefano Domenicali says that there is no any internal problem with himself and Fernando Alonso.

Latest some reports insist that some problem grow inside the Ferrari between Stefano Domenicali and double time world champion Fernando Alonso.

After the Hungarian Grand Prix Alonso was asked what he wanted for his 32nd birthday and replied “someone else’s car”.

This is Alonso’s fourth season with Ferrari, still Red Bull done better jobs and currently Vettel holds 46-point lead over Alonso.

Asked about the alleged power struggle, the team boss told the official F1 website: “No, no, this is something that I totally reject. We want to win together…”

Suggested that perhaps the problem is that they ‘cannot lose together’, he added: “This is a team sport. If you are alone in the business you can win or lose alone. But that’s not the concept of Formula One.

[gn_pullquote align=”right”]Lauda: Vettel will win his fourth Drivers’ title at Abu Dhabi GP[/gn_pullquote]”It is a super-competitive environment where you are a hero when you win and a zero when you lose – there is not really something in between for us. Be sure that we are united to win – because that’s what we are here for.”

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo rebuke that the Spaniard’s Budapest post-race comment, Domenicali says it is “normal” for the Italian to want to push Ferrari forward in any way possible.

“He is our Chairman and he is very passionate about this part of his job, this side of the business. It is normal that he is very pushy with us because we had a really difficult July. It was a sign of attention from him – I read it this way, that’s it. He added.

“We know we need to be focused – and he reminded us of that – and that we have to be united to pass this difficult moment.”

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