Mitch Evans was fastest for Jaguar Racing in the second practice session ahead of the Marrakesh E-Prix at the Circuit Moulay El Hassan.
This was despite a fairly lurid moment in the second sector of his fastest lap – but a blisteringly quick final sector saw him go top.
Andre Lotterer was second fastest for DS Techeetah with Sebastien Buemi rounding out the top three for Nissan e.dams.
Antonio Felix da Costa was fourth fastest for BMW i Andretti Motorsport, a tenth of a second faster than Robin Frijns for Envision Virgin Racing and Oliver Rowland in the other Nissan, despite the Brit being baulked by Felipe Massa on his fastest lap.
Jose Maria Lopez was seventh for Dragon Racing ahead of NIO’s Oliver Turvey and Jean-Eric Vergne in the second of the DS Techeetah entries, with Alex Sims rounding out the top ten for BMW i Andretti Motorsport.
Daniel Abt was 11th fastest for Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler ahead of the Venturi of Edo Mortara and the HWA Racelab entry of Stoffel Vandoorne, who was 13th.
Next up was the second Jaguar Racing car of Nelson Piquet ahead of the other HWA Racelab entry for Gary Paffett and the Mahindra Racing pairing of Pascal Wehrlein and Jerome d’Ambrosio.
18th fastest was Sam Bird in the other Envision Virgin Racing entry, his session hurt by having stopped on track at Turn 11, with Tom Dillmann next up for NIO and Felipe Massa rounding out the top 20 after he had to reset the car after it stopped on the pit straight.
Lucas di Grassi was 21st for Audi and rounding out the field was Maximilian Guenther in the other Dragon Racing entry.
Qualifying will take place at midday local time.
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