Nico Prost claimed his first Andros e-Trophy pole of the season in day two at Serre Chevalier.
Championship leader Aurelien Panis failed to make it through to the Super Pole session, with a best finish of sixth in the slower of the two heats. He will line up eighth in the second final, handing title rivals Jean-Baptiste Dubourg and Yann Ehrlacher an advantage.
Prost was fastest in the quicker of the two qualifying heats, ahead of Olivier Panis and Andreas Bakkerud.
They were joined in the Super Pole session by yesterday’s race winner Ehrlacher, who topped the first qualifying heat, Duburg and Quentin Giordano.
Prost set a time of 50.591s around the Serre Chevalier circuit, 0.159s quicker than the next fastest driver.
Ehrlacher lines up second on the grid after finishing third quickest in the Super Pole stage.
Dubourg and Panis make up row two, with Bakkerud and Giordano completing the six car grid.
Nathaneal Berthon will start at the front of the second final, having qualified seventh overall, ahead of Aurelien Panis, Franck Lagorce and Christophe Ferrier.
Photo courtesy of Bruno Bade