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Karun Chandhok gets another Friday practice run for Team Lotus at Monza

Karun Chandhok, Lotus, Spa 2011Karun Chandhok will drive for Lotus again in opening free practice at Monza.

The team's reserve driver has appeared in five Friday sessions so far this year, as well as racing Jarno Trulli's usual car in the German Grand Prix, where he finished 20th.

"I love coming to Monza as this circuit has so much history and character. It is the fastest track on the calendar with speeds over 350km/h which is a great feeling for us drivers," said Chandhok.

"I have run most of my practice sessions in changeable conditions so am hoping for a dry run tomorrow."

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