Christian Lundgaard continued his good form from the first day of testing to set the fastest overall time of day 2.
Lundgaard was fastest in the morning session with a time of 1.41.697, which was over three tenths quicker then Bent Viscaal and Marcus Armstrong.
Armstrong’s countrymen Liam Lawson was fourth fastest ahead of Robert Shwartzman and Jüri Vips, who rounded off the top six.
Theo Pourchaire finished seventh quickest, ahead of Roy Nissany and Oscar Piastri. Marino Sato completed the top ten.
The session was halted by two red flags, with one of them involving Alessio Deledda, who had stopped out on the circuit; however, the Italian’s car wasn’t damaged and he was ready for the afternoon session. The Italian would set the seventeenth fastest time of the session ahead of teammate Matteo Nannini who was twenty-second in the afternoon with the Italian only completing thirty-eight laps in both sessions.
Dan Ticktum led home a Carlin 1-2 in the afternoon as the Brit beat teammate Jehan Daruvala by four-tenths of a second to go fastest in the afternoon session.
Guanyu Zhou was third fastest for UNI Virtuosi, ahead of Guilherme Samaia who kept up his good form from day one to complete the most laps out of any driver with ninety.
Behind Samaia was countryman Felipe Drugovich and Campos’s Ralph Boschung, who was sixth fastest for Campos.
Richard Verschoor continued his testing programme with the seventh-fastest time in the afternoon session, with Gianluca Petecof keeping up Campos’s good form with the eighth fastest time.
Day 1’s pace-setter David Beckmann was ninth fastest for Charouz, ahead of Viscaal, who completed the top ten on a good second day of testing for the Dutchman.
Lirim Zendeli was just under two tenths down on Viscaal in eleventh ahead of Lundgaard, Pourchaire, Vips and Shwartzman.
The afternoon session was interrupted due to one stoppage in the session courtesy of Petecof’s car stopping on track.
A.M SESSION RESULTS
P.M SESSION RESULTS