Ferrari set to get Alonso back on track
Ferrari believe they have solved their recent windtunnel issues and can help Fernando Alonso make up lost ground in the title race.
The Spaniard has been a long-time leader of the drivers' championship but surrendered his position at the top of the standings when Sebastian Vettel won his third grand prix on the bounce in Korea.
There are only six points separating the two double world champions but the momentum is with the German with four races left of the season.
However, Ferrari, who recently admitted that its technical problems have hurt their driver in the title battle, believe that they have now ironed out the problem and can get Alonso back on track.
"The data we saw in the windtunnel did not match 100 per cent the data we were getting from the track," chief designer Nicolas Tombazis said.
"We had some unpleasant surprises from some of the updates we brought to the last couple of races, so immediately, we wanted to fix that and understand where it had gone wrong.
"We got some very interesting answers which we believe will allow us to recover from those problems and so, our aim in this forthcoming Indian GP, will be to make up the ground we have lost."