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Horner calls for testing to remain in Spain despite losing Grand Prix

Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner has called for the Circuit de Catalunya to continue to keep hosting testing for Formula 1, despite the circuit losing its Grand Prix on the F1 calendar to the Dutch Grand Prix.
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