Jul.4 (GMM) Fernando Alonso walked through Silverstone's paddock gates wearing a bright red shirt, but he insists it was not a hint about his preferred formula one team.
"No, I'm not about to sign anything," the current Renault driver told Spanish reporters when asked about the lingering Ferrari rumours on the verge of the British grand prix.The red shirt, incidentally, was the jersey of Spain's national football team, which - with Alonso watching from the stands in Vienna - recently won Euro 2008.Back to F1 matters, the former double world champion said: "After the summer I will have some time to think about what I am going to do."So far I have not talked to anyone, nor has anything happened. I am focused 100 per cent on doing good races."Elsewhere, the German publication Auto Bild Motorsport is reporting that - backed by sponsor Marlboro - Ferrari could launch an awesome 60 million euros bid to lure Sebastian Vettel to the Italian team for 2009, just in case Kimi Raikkonen retires."Me retiring?" Finn Raikkonen said at Silverstone. "I have a contract for next season."