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Hembery wants to keep testing in Bahrain

– Pirelli Motorsport Director Paul Hembery is still hoping that Bahrain will be able to host a portion of pre-season testing next year, despite a regulation recently being passed to restrict it to European venues.The Gulf state staged a pair of four-day winter tests this year, following the teams' first outing in Jerez.But from 2015, Europe is set to hold all three pre-season tests, with this reducing to two, four-day gatherings from 2016. In another change, in-season testing will be cut to a pair of two-day tests, again on the continent.And Hembery feels the restrictions will hurt what was a suitable balance for the sport's sole tyre supplier."It's a shame, because this year we...
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