Dorian Boccolacci leads Nathaneal Berthon in qualifying for the final Andros eTrophy race at Isola 2000.
The race one winner topped Q1 and the Super Pole session to put himself in the best position to repeat his Friday result.
Berthon took second, having knocked Aurellien Panis out of the top three in Q2 to deny the championship leader a spot in the Super Pole.
Boccolacci jumped to the top of the times in Q1 late on, knocking Yann Ehrlacher off the top spot. Jean-Baptiste Dubourg knocked Ehrlacher back a further place.
The Q2 times couldn’t quite match Boccolacci’s early pace. Berthon came closest, managing a time of 1m37.980s, compared to Boccolacci’s 1m37.589s in Q1. Olivier Pernaut took second in the session, with Yvan Muller joining the pair in the Super Pole shoot out.
Berthon’s late time knocked Aurenlien Panis out of the top three. Panis, who won the second race of the weekend earlier today, was 0.013s slower than Muller. He will line up from pole position for the second final.
In the Super Pole, Berthon was the first out. He managed a time of 49.796s, which wouldn’t be beaten until Dubourg hit the track. Dubourg briefly went quickest, almost a second quicker than Berthon, before Boccolacci set his lap and placed himself back on top.
He starts from pole for the Super Final, with Berthon alongside him and Dubourg P3.
Ehrlacher, Pernaut, and Muller complete the order for the top six.
Image courtesy of Bruno Bade