Fernando Alonso said his second podium finish of the year felt like a victory despite losing the lead of the race in the final laps.
Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel complained about each other’s driving during and after an intense fight for fifth place.
Fernando Alonso believes Ferrari’s upgrade package for the Canadian Grand Prix has paid off, despite the team recording its second-worst qualifying performance of the year.
Fernando Alonso was quietly impressive in Monaco, but as Ferrari have fallen short at the start of the season again their next engine upgrade could prove pivotal.
Fernando Alonso says it was no great surprise for Ferrari to be lapped by Mercedes during the Spanish Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso says Ferrari need luck to finish on the podium again this weekend as they did in China.
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Fernando Alonso said he was fortunate to finish the Chinese Grand Prix after colliding with Felipe Massa at the first corner.
Ferrari’s failure to win any championships in the last five seasons combined with the pressure of leading the team led Stefano Domenicali to resign as Ferrari team principal, Fernando Alonso believes.
A loss of power during qualifying harmed Fernando Alonso’s run, according to the Ferrari driver.
Fernando Alonso isn’t concerned about whether races have become less exciting under the new Formula One rules.
Daniil Kvyat said there was nothing unusual about his collision with Fernando Alonso during qualifying.
Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen say Ferrari must raise their game after a disappointing start to the season in Australia.
Fernando Alonso will start the Australian Grand Prix where he qualified after the stewards found he did not impede a rival during qualifying.
Sebastian Vettel says Fernando Alonso’s performance in 2012 gives him cause to believe his title chances aren’t over before the new championship has begun.
Fernando Alonso has welcomed the changes to the qualifying rules which will see drivers allocated an extra set of the ‘option’ tyre compound after Q2.
Fernando Alonso wants Formula One to keep its new rules unchanged for several years while fans adjust to a new style of racing.
Fernando Alonso believes the Renault-powered teams will be competitive by the first race of the season in Australia.
Fernando Alonso says F1’s engineers need to find ways of making this year’s generation of cars look better.
Fernando Alonso says the pleasure of driving Formula One cars hasn’t been diminished by the cut in performance this year.