F1 contenders say Singapore could be turning point
SINGAPORE (AP) - Formula One leader Fernando Alonso and title contender Mark Webber of Red Bull say this weekend's Singapore Grand Prix could be the turning point of the season, ending McLaren's recent dominance.
McLaren has won the past three races, but both Ferrari and Red Bull are hoping the nature of the circuit in Singapore and upcoming races should negate McLaren's advantages.
"It is true McLaren are in very good form and are favorites after the last two or three results, but it is up to us to improve a little bit the pace and let's see what we can do," Alonso said.
Ferrari has earmarked Singapore and the following two races in Japan and South Korea as the decisive period of the season.