Fernando Alonso has shrugged off suggestions that his lack of competitive pace for Ferrari signalled that he was in decline as a Formula One force.
In qualifying for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Alonso was outpaced by departing team-mate Felipe Massa and failed to make the cut into the top ten for the first time this year.
It was the fifth time in six races that Alonso was out-qualified by his team-mate.
But Alonso has beaten Massa in every race except last weekend's Indian Grand Prix where he was held up by first lap collisions.
"I think we need to see how everything goes at the end of the weekend. It's not only about qualifying. There are many things you can do for qualifying that make...
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