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there was an interesting analysis done on this .
if there are 20 races and four (proposed) testing sessions, it would cost the teams MORE than if there were 28 races and no testing. this is because the teams would have to pay their own costs for attending the tests, but if they were attending races instead, they would be getting PAID for turning up!
it is all part of bernies wheeler dealing, which could end up with maybe 23 races and two tests.
some team have already expressed their support for more races.