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Sutil: Lack of testing 'a bit weird'

Sutton Images Enlarge Adrian Sutil says it's difficult for today's F1 drivers to unlock their true potential due to the limited amount of in-season testing between race weekends. This season has seen the inclusion of four two-day in-season sessions taking place on the Tuesday and Wednesday after races, ending a blanket ban on such tests since the end of 2008. Despite these testing rules being relaxed Sutil believes drivers are still missing out by not having the chance to practice more on track. "We spend more time in the simulator - well not me, I spend time on my Playstation!" Sutil said. "This is what I get paid for, it's half of my time, so it's a bit weird. You should...
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