F1 » Domenicali insists Alonso will stay at Ferrari in 2014

Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali has said he's sure Fernando Alonso isn't going anywhere in 2014 - as Sebastian Vettel reveals who he would prefer as his next team mate.

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July 29, 2013 8:00 PM

Vettel having said that he is less then trilled by Alonso being given the nod (by RBR) amounts to nothing less than fear as to Alonso's driving abilities.
RBR will not risk pitting anyone of the current top three drivers with their current number one.
RBR already tried to get hold of Alonso at a time when Ross Brawn was running Honda and declared that at that time Alonso was head and shoulders above the rest, that was a time when Vettel was still undergoing his apprenticeship.


July 29, 2013 8:24 PM

i read that fernando's management team was talking about another driver with horner they also rep. FA is going to stay put. no way Horner and red bull upset vettels apple cart.


July 29, 2013 9:02 PM

luca has apparently had a not too quiet word in fernando's ear over his open critisism of the team this morning. still believe he is showing signs of stress pointing out the teams weakness and errors to divert his thinking from mistakes he himself has made, Suzuka last year in particular springs to mind as an critical error by alonso that he cant escape from


July 29, 2013 9:42 PM

With the performance Domenicali and Fry have delivered over the last four years Stefano is right to be biting his nails down to the quick! The technical debasement of Ferrari has led to Fernando's frustration and Luca and Co. should be begging Alonso's forgiveness rather than publicly criticizing his remarks, after the Hungarian Grand Prix, which were truthful and frank.


July 30, 2013 5:02 AM

James Alison is a great signing for them. Alsono will win the championship in the next couple of years. He has been oh so close in a car that wasn't that good. If they can give him a half decent car who knows what he can do.


July 30, 2013 7:55 AM

RBR will not risk pitting anyone of the current top three drivers with their current number one.

Hmmmm, interesting. When the sensible Hamilton fans was saying that one of the top drivers was not going to get a Red Bull drive as the team would not risk exposing Vettel to what could be a beating we were told by one in particular that it was because this driver was not Red Bull material. Funny how people chandge or just talk rubish


July 30, 2013 8:57 AM

I think Alonso will stay at Ferrari. He is a diva and no-one else would put up with his antics.

Vettel would prefer Kimi coz they are both racers. Alonso is into whinging and politics now. He's past his best.

In the same RBR car Vettel would beat Alonso all day long. He gets very little credit of how good a driver he actually is. Whereas Alonso is seriously overated.......

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