Mar.31 (GMM) Fernando Alonso is still giving hints that his formula one future could be red.
In an interview with the German sports magazine Sport Bild, the Renault driver confirmed that his 2008 contract allows him to leave the struggling team at the end of the year.Asked if he will still be a Renault driver in 2009, the Spaniard answered: "That is not certain, but there is no specific date by which I must decide."26-year-old Alonso confirmed that Ferrari could be an option, but denied that the retirement of Jean Todt improves his chances of being selected by the Maranello based outfit."Ferrari is always a team that drivers think about," he said, "but if we work together in the future, it will have had nothing to do with Jean Todt being there or not."Alonso admits that this season is a write-off for him in terms of challenging for a third drivers' title, but insists that he is still having "fun"."I wake up every morning and I know that I will not be world champion. I can not win races, and even the podium is extremely unlikely."But precisely for this reason, it is a huge challenge for me. It's like being back to 2004, which is fun, but the team wants to get back to succeeding," he added.