And he’ll be hoping for more of the same as Mercedes attempt to fend off Red Bull and co. at Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix.
“We really saw our team’s mindset come to life in Spain,” said Wolff. “After struggling in Silverstone, we analysed our problems and tried to come to the right conclusions within just a few days.
“A lot of people worked tirelessly so that we could have a better race in Barcelona and our strong performance on Sunday was the outcome of that effort.
“Winning in Spain was a great reward for all the smart work in the days before and it makes me very proud to see how this team just keeps raising the bar.”
Mercedes lead the World Constructors’ Championship by 86 points, while Hamilton’s team-mate Bottas is third in the drivers’ standings.
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