The amount of self righteous entitlement in this thread is most amusing.
It’s only testing and you’ll get the second test live on tv which is way more than we used to not so long ago. It’s not the end of the world.
And just remember…at the end of the day it’s their train set!
Also not so long ago, following F1 didn't involve such a financial investment from fans.
With most fans either going through PPV subscriptions, and most decent F1 news sites behind paywalls, and races going up in price and taking place further and further away from the traditional fanbase, then you can forgive many long-term fans for thinking that basic access to a pre-season test would be a given.
I do remember the days when testing was very much behind closed doors and information was scant, but the times have changed since then and given Liberty's desires to engage fans more it just seems another weird decision going against that principle in a long time of them.
As much they want to say they aren't Bernie, it is still clearly all about the $$$.