Fernando Alonso believes Ferrari's rivals are "trying to divert attention" from their own problems by playing psychological games in the media.

Fernando Alonso believes Ferrari's rivals are "trying to divert attention" from their own problems by playing psychological games in the media.

With just two races still to run in 2010 and Alonso leading the championship, Red Bull team boss Christian Horner this week admitted it would be "frustrating" to lose to the Spaniard after the Hockenheim team orders affair.

Stefano Domenicali hit back by suggesting it is a "miracle" the energy drink-owned team has not already wrapped up the title due to its car advantage, and his driver Alonso has now weighed into the squabble.

"There are some favourite teams, who have not resolved their own problems, trying to divert attention," he said in an interview with Diario Sport newspaper.

"Fortunately for us, we are united as a team, as we show at each race, including my relationship with Felipe (Massa)," added Alonso.

"There are always media strategies designed to make you nervous or put you under pressure," he said.

In another interview, with the O Estado de S.Paulo newspaper, Alonso insisted he is not concerned that - as he bids to wrap up his third championship this weekend - his personal image within Brazil is not the best one.

"In several countries they say my image is not good, but when I land at airports or go to the hotels or race tracks, what I see is the opposite.

"I'm not worried about it. My job is to get results at the track and to have the team happy with my work," Alonso added.

He said he hopes his teammate Massa's home supporters at Interlagos will understand if the Brazilian pulls aside to let him win the race on Sunday.

"Those who will understand know that this sport is complicated, where at least at Ferrari, the team comes first. There will of course be those who don't understand," said Alonso.

"But my job is not to understand the views of the fans, but to do my job on the track."

He denied that Massa is the weakest teammate he has ever had.

"No. Felipe is very capable, 100 per cent professional, working from January to December on his goals," said Alonso.

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