Renault F1 Team driver Fernando Alonso, who took pole position at the Hungaroring this afternoon, rules out fighting for victory during tomorrow's Hungarian Grand Prix. The Spaniard believes that Red Bull drivers Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber are favourites for the win on Sunday.
Alonso, who hinted at a low-fuel run in Q3, said: "This is a special circuit for me I had my first win here in 2003, so I will always be happy when I drive in Budapest and it will be interesting tomorrow.
"We made a step forward and the car did improve in the last 2two races. We are more competitive, maybe not as quick as these two guys (talking about the Red Bull drivers). We hope to score some good points tomorrow.
The Spaniard added: "We will try to win but being honest and realistic, our target is to get some good points. After the last four races where we only scored points in the Nurburgring we need some points for the constructors', and we know if we start very heavy we go around 8th/9th position.
"We are aggressive this time, we did what we wanted for pole, from now on we will push for the race. We need to go for it."