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  Wednesday, 6 November, 2002, 18:16 GMT
Italians get Williams chance
Giorgio Pantano
Pantano is seeking his F1 opportunity
Giorgio Pantano and Vitantonio Liuzzi will test for the Williams Formula One team in Spain this month.

The Italians will share three days of testing at the Valencia circuit from 26 November.

Pantano, 23, was runner-up in this year's Formula 3000 championship and won the German Formula Three series in 2000.

Liuzzi, 21, raced in German F3 this year and was FIA karting world champion in 2001.

BMW-powered Williams have Spaniard Marc Gene as their primary test driver.

But they are looking for a second to share the burden after Brazilian Antonio Pizzonia joined Jaguar as a race driver last week.

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