Alonso not ruling out Ferrari win in Canada

9 June 2012 by Ryan Wood | M

Fernando Alonso isn't ruling out a Ferrari win in Canada after showing impressive pace during qualifying on Saturday.

The Spaniard qualified third just behind McLaren's Lewis Hamilton. However the pair were a further three tenths off the pace of pole sitter Sebastian Vettel who's favourite to secure his second win of 2012 on Sunday.

Alonso isn't making predicitons, but hasn't ruled out standing on the top step tomorrow.

"You never know," he said. "Races this year, they are difficult to predict. What we think on Saturday afternoon normally is not what happens on Sunday. We will see.

"It would be nice to win here, but we know at the moment there are two guys quicker than us. They proved it today and tomorrow we need to do better if we want to win."



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