Montezemolo: It’s clear that we have to do more for the coming races 6 November, 2012 Luca di Montezemolo with Fernando Alonso Nov.6 (Reuters) Ferrari president Luca Di Montezemolo has demanded more from his Formula One team to help Fernando Alonso beat Red Bull‘s Sebastian Vettel to the title, with just two races left in the season. Alonso trails the German by 10 points with his Italian team having 10 days to prepare for what could be a decisive United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, followed by the season’s final round in Brazil on 25 November. “I want to understand why the new parts that we brought to the track only partially improved the performance of the F2012,” Montezemolo said on the Ferrari website after Sunday’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Alonso finished second at Yas Marina but his hopes of clawing back enough points to regain the lead vanished when Vettel raced from last place on the grid to third place at the end of the race. Montezemolo praised Alonso for giving “120 percent” but added: “It’s clear that we have to do more for the coming races. “That is what I requested today of [team principal Stefano] Domenicali and his team: We have 10 crucial days ahead, during which we most do everything to arrive in Texas with a car that can fight for the victory. “Words count for nothing: This must be our target.” Alonso has won three races this season but none since the German Grand Prix in June. Vettel had won four races in a row before Abu Dhabi. Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsAlonso: I’m tired, very tired and I felt stressed all weekend from all the battlesFerrari: This weekend ended with a result that can’t be seen as satisfactoryAlonso reveals he suffered numbness and headaches after Abu Dhabi impactPersistent headaches and back pain do not slow Alonso downFerrari: It’s difficult to give a clear explanation of how the weekend has goneFerrari: No major surprises and now we must wait and see how things goMassa: I will miss being part of the Ferrari family and the pasta!Alonso declared fit to race in Texas but skips media commitmentsAlonso: Packing the bag for Austin, with some pain still, but eager and confidentAlonso goes for hospital check up after big impact in Abu Dhabi Hawk THE look on Vettel’s face. what is he thinking? Butterfly Vettel wouldn’t want to go head to head with Alonso in that Ferrari, that’s for sure. Balance is way off, small amount of grip, poor traction, it’s not his beloved RB8, that’s for sure. zerof50 So stop talking about it and DO IT!