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McLaren, Force India won't run

McLaren and Force India have decided not to attend Pirelli's Bahrain tyre test, Sky Sports Online can reveal, with the Silverstone outfit citing the tight timeframes involved in getting ready for next week's hastily-arranged session.Both teams were on Monday night named by the FIA among six who had agreed to complete three days of running in the Middle East from next Tuesday to aid Pirelli's 2014 tyre development work, with the F1 Commission having granted the test "on safety grounds". However, at least two of the expected participants have now dropped out, with McLaren and Force India confirming their decisions not to attend to Sky Sports Online on Tuesday. "We are not...
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