Jean-Baptiste Dubourg secured his second pole position of the 2021-22 Andros eTrophy championship ahead of Dorian Boccolacci.
Boccolacci, who won the Elite category in 2019, was quickest in Super Pole after topping the order in the second qualifying session.
His fastest time was just 0.4s off that set by Dubourg in the first qualifying session, giving the DA Racing driver the advantage going into the Super Pole session.
Dubourg could only manage fourth quickest in Super Pole, which put him equal on qualifying points with Boccolacci, but his faster time in the earlier qualifying sessions puts him ahead in Andora.
Christophe Ferrier placed third overall ahead of Nathaneal Berthon and Aurelian Panis. Nico Prost was the final driver to make it through to Super Pole.
Olivier Pernaut narrowly missed out on a spot in Super Pole but will join the back of the grid for the Super Final.
Yann Ehrlacher takes pole for the Final, ahead of Romain Grosjean, who hit trouble during the second qualifying session when his wheel came loose. Jeremy Sarhy recovered from a difficult Q1 to finish 10th overall.
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