Fernando Alonso says Ferrari will not throw in the towel despite a slugging start to the Singapore Grand Prix weekend.
The Scuderia failed to shine at the Marina Bay circuit on Friday night, soundly beaten by the Red Bull and Mercedes drivers.
While Championship leader Sebastian Vettel topped the timesheets with a 1:44.249, Alonso could only manage a best time of 1:45.691 on the supersoft tyres.. That put him 1.442s off the pace and down in sixth place.
And although the double World Champion concedes Ferrari face a massive task closing the gap, he insists the Scuderia won't give up.
"We can't say this was a good start, because we weren't competitive, but if we consider that last year,...
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