Drugovich took control of the qualifying session posting a 1:35.576 on his final run, putting him a tenth ahead of Viscaal. Siebert (Campos Racing) classified third on the grid with Das (Carlin) and González (Drivex) completing the top-five
Felipe Drugovich (RP Motorsport) denied Bent Viscaal (Teo Martín Motorsport) Jerez pole position with a final last-gasp effort in Q2. It was a closely-fought qualifying session with the top-ten covered by a second and five different teams in the top-five. Dutchman Viscaal dominated most of the second qualifying session before Drugovich moved up to the pole position with his lap time of 1:35.576. Viscaal will start alongside Drugovich from the front row.
Argentinean Marcos Siebert (Campos Racing) has shown competitive pace once again to qualify third ahead of Cameron Das (Carlin). Javier González (Drivex) made another good impression taking the fifth spot on the starting grid with yesterday’s podium finisher Matheus Iorio (Carlin) sharing row three. Lukas Dunner (Drivex) classified seventh with Petru Florescu’s effort putting him 8th on the grid for Campos Racing. Aldo Festante (Teo Martín Motorsport) and David Schumacher (RP Motorsport) rounded out the top-ten.