Ferrari star staying grounded
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso has insisted he will be keeping his feet firmly on the ground after his win at the European Grand Prix.
The Spaniard managed to take full advantage of Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel's technical problem, which saw the German give up a 20 second lead to eventually be forced out of the race.
Despite becoming the first driver to win two races this season, Alonso is adamant that he will not be getting too carried away by the victory on Sunday.
He said: "I think we always need to be cautious and we always need to be honest with ourselves first and with our supporters, saying that we will fight, will work day and night to be competitive and to fight for the title which is the ultimate goal for Ferrari.
"Any championship in which we participate, the championship should be the target, regarding the history and the level of the team."