Matevos Isaakyan (JD Motorsport) posted the first time and was quickly joined on the timesheets by Louis Delétraz. Friday’s fastest rookie Jehan Daruvala (Fortec Motorsports) then entered the fray, only for Darius Oskoui and then Harrison Scott to go quickest, the latter ending the session on top with a time of 1:58.093 from the Swiss and the Fortec Motorsports trio of Daruvala, Ben Barnicoat and Martin Kodric, with less than three tenths of a second separating the top ten.
Thiago Vivacqua (JD Motorsport) was the first driver to beat Harrison Scott’s benchmark time, though the pace picked up even more in the closing five minutes, with Jack Aitken lapping in 1:57.294 to snatch pole. Kevin Jörg and Jake Hughes came in behind him, followed by Dennis Olsen (Manor MP Motorsport) and Ferdinand Habsburg (Fortec Motorsports).
Saturday’s two Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 races start at 13:45 and 17:25.