Fernando Alonso was unimpressed with his running in Friday's practice in Japan after falling behind a Toro Rosso and a McLaren.
Although the Spaniard and his team-mate Felipe Massa were on the heels of the Mercs and Red Bulls in the morning's session, the Ferrari duo were unable to put in a repeat performance in the afternoon.
While Massa finished eight, Alonso was down in 10th place with both Lotus drivers, Daniel Ricciardo and Jenson Button all ahead of him.
The double World Champion's 1:35.087 was also a full second short of Sebastian Vettel's P1 time.
"In terms of competitiveness, we are not in the position we wanted. So definitely we need to improve. We were not at a good level...
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