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In-season testing could be banned

In an attempt to cut the cost of running a Formula One team over the course of the year, in-season testing could be banned from 2015... Although the FIA and the F1 teams are still involved in discussions about other cost-cutting measures - like the reduction of the number of personnel allowed and the expansion of parc ferme rules - a report by Autosport suggests a revamp of the testing regulations is on the cards. The report adds that a number of proposals are being considered, including the ban of in-season testing and the reduction of pre-season testing sessions from three to two. This year, in-season tests after the Bahrain and Spanish Grands Prix have already taken place, with further...
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