After yet another let-down at Barcelona, this time while leading championship favourite and teammate Fernando Alonso, it was suggested that the Roman is not enjoying identical equipment.
"Everyone supports me," the 32-year-old told Autosport, "and no one wants my car to break."
Fisichella put it down to 'bad luck' that, while he failed to finish three races, Alonso ended on the podium each time.
Principal Flavio Briatore also cackled at speculation that he would order a superior car for protégé Alonso.
"It's much more difficult to make two different cars than ... two identical cars," the flamboyant Italian, 54, bristled. -GMM