Spa, Belgium: Fernando Alonso on Thursday warned that Ferrari face a difficult month ahead and are likely to struggle at both this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix and next month on home soil in Italy.
The Spanish two-time world champion said it was 'unrealistic' for Ferrari to believe they can win races on pace this season and said the team's main goal was to beat Williams to third place in the constructors' championship.
"Honestly, I think our target has to be lower than many people think," he said. "It has to be fighting for the constructors' championship in the highest position possible. But it is quite a big competition, a tough competition, with Williams. (Also read: Hamilton, Rosberg continue their title battle at Belgian GP)