Swirling rumours in the Barcelona paddock suggested the increasingly-frustrated Spaniard may have looked into whether there could be a place open at the dominant Brackley team for 2015..
Team boss Toto Wolff added: "We think long-term -- we are not interested in one night stands."
The door to silver pastures would seem to be firmly shut to Alonso.
Europa Press quoted Alonso as saying: "I'm more worried about the 1.8 second gap to Mercedes."
Raikkonen, too, was not celebrating his Saturday triumph.
"It gives me no satisfaction to be ahead of him (Alonso)," he said. "What I want is to be fighting for the top positions.
"Of course it's nicer to be in front of him than behind, but whether you're sixth or seventh doesn't make much difference," Raikkonen added.
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