Spain to host all three winter F1 tests in February and March 10 December, 2012 Dec.10 (GMM) There will be three Formula One tests prior to the 2013 season, reportedly. As has become tradition, they will all be in Spain. Peter Sauber revealed last week that the Swiss team’s 2013 car, the C32, will be launched on the first day of official pre-season group testing next February 5th, at Jerez. The Italiaracing website said that this will be a four-day test scheduled at the southern Spanish venue, before Barcelona hosts the second test of the winter period between February 19 and 22. Barcelona will also host the third and final pre-2013 season test, again over four days, beginning on February 28. The venue, Circuit de Catalunya, confirmed the news. The third test will conclude on 3 March, precisely two weeks before the 2013 championship kicks off in Melbourne. Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsVettel first Ferrari test not breach of contractYas Marina Test Day 1: Bottas tops as McLaren Honda flopsRed Bull play hardball block Vettel’s Ferrari testMcLaren-Honda aiming for Abu Dhabi testRed Bull confirm Sainz for Abu Dhabi testF3 champion Ocon impresses Ferrari in F1 testDTM champion Wittmann awarded Toro Rosso testFong and Nissany to test a Sauber in ValenciaF3 champion Ocon to test for LotusMcLaren planning private Honda tests? John I’m sure if they were another country relatively warm and the teams could drive to they’d use that too.