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"Three times I have fought for the world championship. If I didn't get it, it's not exactly mathematics," added Alonso ahead of the Indian Grand Prix.
"There was one team and one driver better than us in these four years. They deserve it and we congratulate them."
Alonso is currently 90 points behind Vettel, who is expected to wrap up his fourth straight world title this weekend at Buddh International Circuit.
But Alonso, who will be joined at Ferrari in 2014 by flying Finn Kimi Raikkonen 2014, insisted his motivation had not dipped despite Vettel's dominance.
"Motivation is still high and always there, even if it might have been a little bit higher if we were still fighting for the titles," he said.
"I am still only 32 and it's not the last year of my career, so I am sure I will have other opportunities. I feel I am in the best form of my life and driving the best races right now."