Jean-Baptiste Dubourg leads Aurelien Panis in qualifying for the first race of the weekend at Lans en Vercors.
It was the DA Racing duo of Dubourg and Nico Prost on top in the two qualifying sessions, but Panis was able to split the pair in Super Pole.
Dubourg set the quickest time of the day in the first qualifying session, managing a 2m18.644s time. He was the only driver to go quicker than 2m20s during either session.
Panis ended Q1 more than two seconds behind Dubourg, with Prost a further 0.4s back.
It was Prost on top in Q2, but he could only get slightly closer to his team-mate’s time than Panis had. He set a 2m20.401s time, a second quicker than fellow DA Racing run driver Pierre-Louis Loubet.
Dubourg backed up his earlier time by going quickest in the Super Pole session, the only driver to manage a lap sub-46s.
The lap solidified his place at the top of the order, while a second quickest time for Panis allowed him to pip Prost to second position.
Prost was slowest in the Super Pole but lines up third on the grid, ahead of Loubet.
Dorian Boccolacci was third quickest in Q2 and lines up fifth on the grid, with Yann Ehrlacher the final driver who made it through to Super Pole.
Narrowly missing out on a spot in the top six was Jeremy Sarhy, who joins the back of the grid for the Super Final.
Nathaneal Berthon takes pole for the final, ahead of Bertrand Balas and Olivier Pernaut.
Image courtesy of Bruno Bade