Fernando Alonso articles on F1 Fanatic archive
Vettel vs Webber and Alonso vs Massa, 2009-2013 4th December 2013, 12:00
The battle for supremacy was closer at Red Bull than it was at Ferrari. But, like Alonso, Vettel was never beaten by his outgoing team mate over a full season.
Alonso apologises to team after missing front row 23rd November 2013, 18:36
Fernando Alonso said he should have qualified on the front row of the grid for the Brazilian Grand Prix but he made a mistake on his fastest lap.
Alonso stronger than Schumacher was – Massa 6th November 2013, 17:20
Fernando Alonso is an even stronger team mate than Michael Schumacher was, according to Felipe Massa.
No penalty for Alonso over Vergne incident 3rd November 2013, 16:59
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix stewards have taken no action over the incident between Fernando Alonso and Jean-Eric Vergne during the race.
Fernando Alonso believes Jean-Eric Vergne should be penalised following the incident between the pair during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Alonso: Red Bull & Vettel “deserve to be champions” 27th October 2013, 14:00
Fernando Alonso gave his congratulations to Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull after their championship victories in the Indian Grand Prix.
Alonso says he’s driving better than ever 24th October 2013, 16:03
Fernando Alonso says he’s in the best form of his career at the moment, despite Sebastian Vettel’s domination of the second half of the season.
Alonso to celebrate points record on Indian GP helmet 22nd October 2013, 22:06
Fernando Alonso will mark his record F1 points tally with a special helmet design for the Indian Grand Prix.
“I’m not doing good enough”, admits Alonso 12th October 2013, 8:23
Fernando Alonso gave no excuses for his qualifying performance in Japan, saying he hasn’t been able to get the most out of his car at Suzuka.
Alonso: We’ll see how good Vettel is later in his career – and Raikkonen’s no faster than Massa 10th October 2013, 17:52
Fernando Alonso explained his view on the abilities of his closest championship rivals Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen in the run-up to the Japanese Grand Prix.