Ferrari worried by Red Bull
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has warned his team not to become complacent after their second win of the season in Valencia.
Fernando Alonso became the first man to win two races this season after a dramatic European Grand Prix on Sunday, a result which moved the Spaniard 20 points clear at the top of the Drivers' Championship.
The position Alonso currently occupies after eight races is probably more than Ferrari could have hoped for after a difficult time in winter testing and a poor start to the season.
Despite the win Ferrari admitted after the race they were concerned by the pace the Red Bulls had found recently and Di Montezemolo says he is expecting the next three grands prix to be tough.
"We must ensure we do everything as well as possible because winning depends solely and exclusively on us. It would be a big mistake to think the win in Valencia means we have done enough. We have a competitive car, but to win, we must do even more," said the Ferrari owner.
"I am worried and all of us should be," continued Di Montezemolo. "I expect three very tough races at Silverstone, Hockenheim and Budapest and because we have seen that Red Bull is very strong, having had four tenths in hand over everyone in qualifying and in the race it was flying away, at least until the safety car.
"If we want to achieve our goals then we must make a step forward."