Mar.21 (GMM) Fernando Alonso in Malaysia refused to rule out switching to Ferrari in 2009.
The Spaniard, however, would not be drawn on speculation that the departure at the helm of the famous team of Jean Todt - who has traditionally been opposed to negotiating with Alonso - means that Ferrari's doors are now wide open to him.Asked about the Todt rumours and what they mean, the 26-year-old replied: "Nothing, nothing."We are at the second race of 2008 and it is too early to start talking about next year. We must all be calm and see later," Alonso added.Alonso has a clause in his contract that allows him to leave Renault at the end of this season if the French team does not meet certain performance targets.He told the Spanish newspaper Diario AS at Sepang that he is not angry about the current lack of pace of his R28."I am in a good mood," said Alonso, accepting that 2008 is going to be difficult throughout."This is not a sport in which you can change one or two things and then everything goes well."To find a second (per lap) in formula one is something that sometimes takes years," he added.