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A total of 32 drivers fought for the best starting positions in qualifying. The session on the racetrack north of Milan was packed with suspense from the first moment, with several different names appearing on the top of the time sheets. Mikkel Pedersen (DK/Dinamic Motorsport) was the first to set the fastest time, followed by Evans and then Güven. Switching to a fresh set of tyres, a turbulent closing phase followed: with five minutes left to the session, Pedersen’s name again appeared at the top of the monitor, with Ammermüller replacing him shortly afterwards. Rookie Güven undercut the time of his rivals and turned his fastest lap in 1:49.295 minutes. Only
Ten Voorde takes up Sunday’s race from the second grid row. His time of 1:49,347 minutes represented the 22-year-old’s personal best time. Ammermüller and Dylan Pereira (L/Momo Megatron Lechner Racing) rounded off the top five on the 5.793 kilometre high-speed circuit. Lining up behind them are Pedersen, Joey Mawson (AUS/Team Australia) and Al Faisal Al Zubair (OM/Lechner Racing Middle East).
Gianmarco Quaresmini concluded the session on 14th as the fastest Italian. The 23-year-old comes from Brescia and drives for Dinamic Motorsport. Alberto Cerqui (Preseglie) also competes in front of home crowds for the squad based in Reggio Emilia. The fastest time in the ProAm category again went to Roar Lindland (N/pierre martinet by ALMÉRAS) ahead of Philipp Sager (A/Dinamic Motorsport) and Clement Mateu (F/pierre martinet by ALMÉRAS). Round eight of the
1. Jaxon Evans (NZ/Fach Auto Tech), 1:49.252 minutes
2. Ayhancan Güven (TR/martinet by ALMÉRAS), 1:49.295 minutes
3. Larry ten Voorde (NL/MRS GT-Racing), 1:49.347 minutes
4. Michael Ammermüller (D/BWT Lechner Racing), 1:49.427 minutes
5. Dylan Pereira (L/Momo Megatron Lechner Racing), 1:49.450 minutes
6. Mikkel Pedersen (DK/Dinamic Motorsport), 1:49.580 minutes
7. Joey Mawson (AUS/Team Australia), 1:49.586 minutes
8. Al Faisal Al Zubair (OM/Lechner Racing Middle East), 1:49.593 minutes
9. Florian Latorre (F/Fach Auto Tech), 1:49.625 minutes
10. Jaap van Lagen (NL/martinet by ALMÉRAS), 1:49.761 minutes
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