Jean-Baptiste Dubourg took his second Andros eTrophy pole position of the weekend at Lans en Vercors.
The DA Racing driver once again dominated proceedings in the penultimate round of the 2021-22 season.
He was quickest in the first qualifying session, setting a time of 2m18.171s and was once again the only driver to make it into the 2m18s.
He was followed in the opening qualifying session by Nathaneal Berthon and Nico Prost.
Neither Dubourg nor Prost ran in the second qualifying session, where fellow DA Racing run driver Pierre-Louis Loubet was one of the stars of the session. Loubet spent most of the session top of the order, but was knocked down to second by Yann Ehrlacher, who set the final time of the day.
Ehrlacher hadn’t set a time in the first qualifying session, but his Q2 time put him roughly a second off the pace set by Dubourg.
Dubourg was once again fastest in Super Pole, securing his place at the top of the order. Prost was second quickest, but only finishing third in Q1 puts him fourth on the grid for the Super Final.
Second on the grid goes to Ehrlacher, who was fourth quickest in Super Pole.
Dorian Boccolacci takes third on the grid ahead of Prost, Loubet and Berthon.
Aurelien Panis will join them in the Super Final after finishing qualifying seventh overall.
Sylvian Pussier leads the way in the Final, ahead of Olivier Pernaut and Nicolas Baert.
Image courtesy of Bruno Bade