MAY 9, 2013
Abu Dhabi wants F1 winter testing
Abu Dhabi has now officially thrown its name into the hat as a potential pre-season testing venue for next season.
We reported last month that venues in Bahrain and Qatar have applied to host F1 next winter, as teams look to the Middle East for better testing weather than wet and cold Spain.
"There is an interest to do pre-season testing outside of Europe which would be of interest to us," Richard Cregan, boss of the Abu Dhabi venue at Yas Marina, is quoted by AP news agency.
"It seems particularly related to the new engine where they obviously want to test the new engine configurations in harsh conditions," he added.
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