The afternoon session started with Maini setting the early pace with a 1:38.567, before improving on his own time by over a second.
The morning’s fastest driver Hauger set a 1:37.309 to go two-tenths clear of the Indian rookie, prior to a Red Flag within the opening hour.
One of Formula 2’s most experienced drivers Roy Nissany got used to a new team by landing 30 rotations at the Yas Marina Circuit by mid-way through the session.
As we moved into the later half of the afternoon’s session Dennis Hauger beat his quickest time to put in a 1:36.593 to retain the quickest time of the session.
Brit Formula 3 graduate Bearman leaped to second in the standings with a 1:37.128 only to be outdone by new teammate Vesti.
The session was interrupted by another Red Flag with 47 minutes left on the clock, as Jak Crawford in a Hitech, spun into the barriers at Turn 2.
Hauger’s pace in both the morning and afternoon was finally beaten by Verschoor, who set a 1:36.395 to go quickest of all. Vesti and Bearman maintained their pace to finish second and third place respectively.
Testing tomorrow 24th November 9:00am local time. Check out https://www.fiaformula2.com/ for live timings.
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