Britain driver Lewis Hamilton steers his Mercedes during the Azerbaijan Formula One Grand Prix, at the city circuit, in Baku, Azerbaijan, Sunday, April 29, 2018. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)
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Mercedes are not expecting things to get any easier when Formula One returns to Europe this weekend. Lewis Hamilton won in Azerbaijan two weeks ago to end Mercedes' winless streak this season, but the team expects the battle with Ferrari and Red Bull to be as tight as ever at the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona.Mercedes were the team to beat the last few years but have endured a tough challenge from Ferrari and Red Bull this season.Mercedes have taken three of the last four races in Spain, but Red Bull won with Max Verstappen in 2016 and Ferrari with Fernando Alonso in 2013 .There could be changes in the running order up front as teams will start unveiling their most significant car updates in Barcelona.
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