Ferrari’s Alonso fears Red Bull will continue to dominate F1 in 2014
London – Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso has admitted that he is concerned Red Bull’s advantage is big enough to have a bearing during the next Formula One season.
According to the BBC, Alonso, 32, said Ferrari had good confidence they would be competitive, but added that it was only a hope.
Alonso has finished second to Vettel in three of the last four seasons, taking the title fight to the last race in both 2010 and 2012, even though Ferrari’s car was not a match for the Red Bull on performance during any of those campaigns, the report said.
The Spaniard admitted after the race in Austin, Texas, that Ferrari’s lack of performance was more and more frustrating because for whatever reason they were losing a bit of pace and now entering in Q3 (the top-10 qualifying shootout) is difficult; entering in the points is difficult, the report added.