F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone says he was disappointed by Fernando Alonso in 2013, believing he 'gave up' on the campaign and was looking for a drive elsewhere.
The Spaniard finished the season with two race victories, in China and Spain, and seven further visits to the podium to claim the runner-up spot in the drivers' championship, 155 points behind Sebastian Vettel.
There was speculation over the 32-year-old's future at Ferrari. He was linked to a possible return to McLaren for 2014 or a switch to Red Bull Racing, to replace Mark Webber. Ecclestone believes he was keen to move, and that his performances suffered because of it.
'I've been a little bit disappointed in Fernando because I'm a...
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