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Majority disagree with Red Bull: seven F1 teams go for Bahrain

From Wednesday 26 February to Friday 28 February in 2025, winter testing will traditionally take place ahead of the new Formula 1 season. It has not yet been announced where these will take place in 2025, but according to Auto Motor und Sport (AMuS), a vote showed that seven F1 teams would prefer to test in Bahrain rather than at the Barcelona circuit.
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