Washington: Double F1 world champion Fernando Alonso has made it clear that he is still is hungry for victories and success, adding that two championships are not enough.
Since winning his second world F1 title for Renault in 2006, Alonso has endured a frustrating time on the track.
A three-year deal with McLaren ended prematurely after one season following a souring of relations with team boss Ron Dennis and his driving partner Lewis Hamilton.
A return to Renault in 2008 saw him slip from third place to fifth in the drivers` championship, CNN reports.
The switch to Ferrari in 2010 has been more productive, yielding 11 grand prix wins and 31 podiums in 77 starts.
Alonso finished second fastest on the final day in Jerez, Spain and completed the second most number of laps overall.