Aurelien Panis was fastest in qualifying for the second day of the Andros eTrophy at Val Thorens.
The Sainteloc Racing driver was fastest in the first qualifying session, setting the pace with a 2m23.332s time over the three laps. The time wouldn’t be beaten in the second qualifying session, putting him top of the order before the Super Pole.
Panis was then quickest in the Super Pole, setting a lap of 47.651s to go almost 0.9s quicker than Jimmy Clairet in P2.
Yvan Muller, who was second in Q1 and topped Q2, lines up second on the grid ahead of Clairet and Nathaneal Berthon. Berthon was fourth quickest in both qualifying sessions but a P3 in Super Pole put him fourth on the grid for the Super Final.
Jean-Baptiste Dubourg and Alessandro Ghiretti completed the top six.
Yann Ehrlacher lines up on pole for the second final after placing P7 overall. Olivier Pernaut starts alongside him with Christophe Ferrier and Adrien Fourmaux compelting the top 10.
Day one winner Dorian Boccolacci finished P12.
Image courtesy of Bruno Bade/Gregoire Sigaud