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Motor racing-F1 teams divided over Bahrain testing

SUZUKA, Japan, Oct 7 (Reuters) - Formula One teams are divided over next year's pre-season tests, with champions Mercedes keen on going to Bahrain but Williams and others opposed to leaving Europe on cost grounds.
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