Fernando Alonso articles on F1 Fanatic archive
Alonso ‘wants to stay at Ferrari and extend contract’ 3rd September 2014, 10:33
Fernando Alonso intends to see out the remaining two years of his Ferrari contract and wishes to sign a new deal with them despite speculation he could switch teams.
“Podium tastes like a victory” – Alonso 27th July 2014, 16:36
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.
Alonso and Vettel at odds over battle for fifth 6th July 2014, 16:45
Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel complained about each other’s driving during and after an intense fight for fifth place.
Ferrari upgrades have worked – Alonso 7th June 2014, 21:34
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.
Ferrari’s next upgrade can’t come too soon for Alonso 1st June 2014, 11:00
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.
Alonso not surprised Ferrari were lapped by Mercedes 11th May 2014, 16:34
Fernando Alonso says it was no great surprise for Ferrari to be lapped by Mercedes during the Spanish Grand Prix.
Another podium “would be unbelievable” – Alonso 8th May 2014, 15:28
Fernando Alonso says Ferrari need luck to finish on the podium again this weekend as they did in China.
Fernando Alonso’s Route to F1 2nd May 2014, 12:01
Fernando Alonso was the first Spanish driver to achieve major success in F1. Ahead of his home race next week, here’s how he made his way to the top of a sport which was not widely followed in his home country.
Alonso “very lucky to finish” after contact with Massa 20th April 2014, 10:22
Fernando Alonso said he was fortunate to finish the Chinese Grand Prix after colliding with Felipe Massa at the first corner.
Lack of titles put Domenicali under pressure – Alonso 17th April 2014, 8:53
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.