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Spectators permitted at second F1 pre-season test in Bahrain

The second pre-season Formula 1 test will be open to spectators, the Bahrain International Circuit has confirmed. F1 will hold two pre-season tests lasting three days each, with the first scheduled to take place at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in Spain on the 23-25 February. The test will give the first official look at all […]
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