Lucas di Grassi set the fastest time in the final practice session ahead of the second round of the London E-Prix.
On a cool and overcast morning, The Brazillian driver set a 1m 20.001s lap which put him on top of the standings.
Yesterday’s race winner Jake Dennis finished the session in second position, with a 0.232 seconds gap to the Audi driver.
Oliver Rowland was third quickest in the Nissan ahead of Nyck de Vries in fourth, despite the Dutchman having a sizeable lock up on the way into Turn 16 on his 250kw lap.
Sam Bird was fifth in the Jaguar and was followed by Andre Lotterer in the Porsche finishing sixth, and Mitch Evans in the other Jaguar in seventh position.
The top ten was rounded out by Sette Camara, Maximilian Guenther and Cassidy.