Red Bull has rejected a proposal that might have levelled the playing field for F1's struggling teams.
Next year, in-season testing will once again be allowed, but midfield teams Sauber and Force India admitted during a recent team managers' meeting that they probably cannot afford to attend every test day.
According to Germany's Auto Motor und Sport, Sauber proposed that, instead, they be allowed to substitute a test day for a day of wind tunnel testing with the actual race car.
"This was flatly rejected by Red Bull," said correspondent Michael Schmidt.
"The argument (made by Red Bull) is that they (Sauber) could learn more than on the track, and so they (Red Bull) would be...
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