It is, however, the battle at the sharp end that Wolff is most interested in.
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"What is important is where you are in the end of the year".
Hamilton was poised for third in Azerbaijan but the late drama - in which he took the lead when Valtteri Bottas had a puncture - handed him victory, and Sebastian Vettel's drop to fourth ensured the Mercedes driver took the points lead.
There could be changes in the running order up front as teams will start unveiling their most significant vehicle updates in Barcelona.
"The 1st 4 races indicate very strongly that we will see the 3-way battle continue and if anything intensify", the MercedesAMG's team principal and CEO Toto Wolf said Wednesday.
"It will be interesting to see how much performance the teams can find with their upgrades and what impact those upgrades will have on the team ranking - both at the front and in the midfield".
Fellow British hopefuls Lando Norris and George Russell shall also take part in next week's test, respectively with McLaren and Force India.
Commissioner Jose Pepe Diaz said at the meeting, "I believe this can be an incredible financial gain for the city and South of Florida".
Overtaking is hard at the Circuit de Catalunya and Saturday's qualifying is Key for both Ferrari, and MercedesAMG.
The world championship leader and defending four-time champion told reporters on Thursday that he has not given any thought to his position after his lucky win at last month's Azerbaijan Grand Prix. "Overtaking is hard in Barcelona and even more so in Monte Carlo, making track position key for a good race result". So every team will work hard to Top performance out of the vehicle in qualifying this Saturday.
"There is that and the balance we are having with the tyres is shifting a little bit and from one session to another, we change the auto set-up, it does not correlate with what the tyres should do, so it is a moving target that we are struggling to get steady".