Ferrari's Spanish driver Fernando Alonso sits during a press conference at the Circuit de Catalunya on May 8, 2014 in Montmelo on the outskirts of Barcelona ahead of the Spanish Formula One Grand Prix. (AFP PHOTO / LLUIS GENE)
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Mercedes have won all four races so far but Alonso's third place in China last month indicated Ferrari had taken a step in the right direction – an improvement recognized by Mercedes motorsport head Toto Wolff.Ferrari are fourth overall in the constructors' standings, with 52 points to Mercedes' 154 . Champions Red Bull are second on 57 and Mercedes-powered Force India third on 54 . Ferrari have an upgrade to their car and the characteristics of the Spanish circuit will also help them but the Spaniard expected Mercedes to remain ahead of the rest.Vettel won the last nine races of 2013 but has not come close to winning this year with his Renault power unit still behind on performance compared to Mercedes.
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