Fernando Alonso insists there was nothing wrong with Ferrari's tactics in Saturday's qualifying despite initially appearing to be very unhappy with the team.
Having practiced towing each other down the Monza straights in final practice on Saturday morning, Ferrari looked to use that in the all-important qualifying shoot-out for the Italian Grand Prix.
The plans, though, did not appear to work at all that well as Felipe Massa, who was the lead car, pulled away from his team-mate.
Alonso was heard over the radio yelling "Massa is too far away!"
But, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, he didn't stop there as the Italian publication reports him as also having said "you're really...
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