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No Bahrain tests in 2015?

It is understood that Bahrain will not be used for pre-season testing again in 2015.This year, following the opening test in Jerez, the teams headed out to Bahrain for two final four-day pre-season tests.The idea behind the move is understood to have been the guarantee of good weather, with previous years pre-season testing often affected by rain which subsequently compromised running. However, there has also been talk of 'sweeteners' (as if) in an attempt to further boost tourist figures and spending in the island country.For 2015 however, with an eye on cost-cutting, it is understood Bahrain is out and all pre-season testing will take place in Spain, the first test at Jerez and the two...
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