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Pirelli unhappy over testing proposal

Paul Hembery has voiced his opposition to a proposed ban on in-season testing in 2015, saying it will be a step backwards. Pirelli campaigned successfully to be able to test tyres in warm conditions in pre-season and also during the year, with two tests in Bahrain in February being followed by four two-day in-season tests after certain grands prix. However, following a meeting of the F1 Strategy Group which also suggested reducing running on Fridays next season, it has been proposed that in-season testing is scrapped. Hembery revealed Pirelli has not been consulted about the potential changes but said it would be opposed to the move if it reaches the F1 Commission. “It's disappointing...
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