Fernando Alonso again called for the assistance of the rain to help him clinch the World Championship in Brazil: "The more upsets the better because in the dry it's practically impossible."
The set-up for tomorrow: "We don't have any special preparations for tomorrow. Things went as expected; we thought we'd be seventh or eighth. We'll try to fight for it as always. We've managed the podium in the last five races leaving from there."
His weapons: "The ability to fight like always. It's a miracle we're still in the chase, always being seventh and eighth after the Saturdays. It's the last race and we're not going to surrender. With the track wet we went faster; Felipe (Massa) and I were first and second. We'll have to see what happens."
How he feels with his position in the standings: "Good. Normal, as expected. Looking ahead to tomorrow there will be nothing different to previous races like Abu Dhabi and the USA."
Ferrari's prediction of rain: "There's a possibility of rain but not continuously. There have been black clouds all week. We'll see. The more upsets, the better because in the dry it'll be practically impossible to make the podium."