Fernando Alonso admits he needs to up his pace in qualifying after finishing eighth in Japan and three-tenths behind Felipe Massa.
The double World Champion has not had a great weekend at Suzuka, however, it did appear to be coming right in the first two qualifying segments.
Alonso was up there near the front in both Q1 and Q2 only to fall behind in the final top-ten shoot-out.
Crossing the line with a 1:31.665, he was 0.750s short of pole-sitter Mark Webber and 0.287s slower than Massa, who was P5.
"Nothing," Alonso told Sky Sports F1 when asked what had gone wrong in Q3. "I didn't have a good weekend so far.
"I've been eighth, ninth all weekend and didn't find the...
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