Fernando Alonso says Ferrari is 100 per cent ready for the Bahrain Grand Prix after completing his pre-season testing in Barcelona on Friday.
The two-time champion, joining the Italian squad this year, had a strong day at the Catalan circuit, finishing as second quickest behind the Williams of Nico Hulkenberg.
Alonso has now completed his on-track work before the first race of the season, as team-mate Felipe Massa will take over from tomorrow for the final two days of testing.
The Spanish driver said Ferrari is as well prepared as it could have been.
"I don't know," he told Spanish reporters when asked if he had a winning car. "What's clear is that we have done a great job. The car has worked well during all the pre-season, and I was lucky with my days because I had a lot of dry days.
"We made a list of things before we began testing and today we checked the final item, so I think we arrive in Bahrain having done all we could have done, with the homework done. We'll see what happens.
"We don't know how fast we are compared to our rivals, but I think we will extract 100 per cent of our potential."
Alonso insisted the F10 is the best Formula 1 car he has ever driven, although he admitted that did not mean it will be the strongest car this year.
"What I say I usually say it because that's what I think and I can say it again," he added. "It's the best car I've ever driven, but that doesn't mean that is the best car on the grid.
"It's the best car I've ever had but it's impossible to know if there's a better car until the first races, but I'm quiet, and very happy with how February has gone."
The Spaniard said his team had completed all the preparations and that he had no concerns for the first race.
"We have simulated a full weekend and the car has responded well. I have no worries ahead of Bahrain."
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