Andre Lotterer topped the order in the second free practice session ahead of the Berline E-Prix.
The Porsche driver grabbed the lead of the standings in the last seconds of the session with a time of 1m05.965s.
He stripped the lead from Venturi’s Edoardo Mortara, who had set a strong dominance in the session. The Swiss finished in second position.
Sebastien Buemi sneaked into the top three in the later stages of the session, seeing the chequered flag from P3.
Lotterer’s Porsche teammate Pascal Wehrlein had a good run as well, even leading the session in the early stages and ultimately finishing in fourth place.
Robin Frijns completed the top five. FP1 leader Oliver Rowland finished in ninth place, behind Mitch Evans, Jake Dennis and Antonio Felix da Costa.
The top 10 was completed by Monaco’s winner Stoffel Vandoorne