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Lewis Hamilton: Mercedes ace details Monaco Grand Prix hopes after testing

Lewis Hamilton: Mercedes ace details Monaco Grand Prix hopes after testing

ESPN takes a look at some of the best and quirkiest stats to come out of the Spanish Grand Prix.

He admitted that he feared the team's rivals might have the upper hand in two weeks' time in Monaco, where Mercedes has traditionally struggled.

"I think it's just how you feel towards each other and there is no reason why we shouldn't be racing with each other for a few more years".

"We still need to add performance to the vehicle throughout the year, so that's what we're going to be continuing to be working on".

"My job is not to worry so much but preparing by extracting as much as I can from my engineers; to make sure the debrief is good, to reconnect with them later in the week once they have downloaded everything, and see that we have followed through with all the things that I have asked them to do".

"We do after the five races now have a much, much better understanding of the vehicle, of what we need to do to get the auto to be working - but we still have learning to do, improvements to be made".

The Mercedes man earned his second successive win of the 2018 season at the weekend as he continues to move closer towards his best form. Struggling with his tyres, Vettel would pit on lap 17. Bottas feared he wouldn't be able to do anything about the situation and was resigned to finishing in third.

"Now it's important to have feedback also on the feeling, the behaviour, this kind of stuff, and I am happy to know that Sebastian said that". "We know what went wrong previous year", said Wolff, who pointed out that Barcelona had always been a strong track for Mercedes in races and testing.

"It was going to be tough being behind Sebastian all the time".

"We have some ideas, and now it's up to us to turn those ideas into reality".

"For us it was not an option to stay out", Vettel said.

"But we know as well that this was a good circuit for us and the temperatures fell in our favour as well".

"The 1-2 we got today was definitely down to the decisions the team made during the race", he suggested.

Nikita Mazepin was fifth quickest as he completed more than 100 laps for Force India, with this weekend's GP3 feature race victor enjoying another outing for the team.

Isola also explained that giving all teams the opportunity to try out the different specifications in the test - something that was planned in advance of the weekend - was so that Pirelli could get a "proper comparison".

"Right now I've just got to keep my head down and keep doing what we've been doing".

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