In between are ten drivers bunched within a few tenths of each other. The Dromedari/Pigoli crew, 85 thousandths off Romagnoli, again showed how competitive they were. Also on form was Ange Barde, fourth, who posted a time slightly quicker than Venier/Gardelli.
Fifth went to Renaud Kuppens, as he repeated his solid performance from the first session, to lead Ragazzi/Simoni. Dutchman Mathijs Bakker took seventh and Richard Denny eighth. Belgian Adrien De Leener closed out in ninth and Johnny Laursen, from Denmark, made the last top ten slot his own.
|2||11||Andrea Dromedari / Max Pigoli||+0.085|
|3||66||Fabio Venier / Andrea Gardelli||+0.349|
|6||23||Riccardo Ragazzi / Alan Simoni||+1.614|
|9||14||Adrien De Leener||+2.509|
Thomas Herpell took a few by surprise with his 2'15"267, a lap on which he slightly cut a corner. The German headed the Fascicolo/Sernagiotto duo and Riccardo Romagnoli; Sernagiotto's time was set on the very last lap of the 45-minute session.
Taking fourth in the Team series were Sbirrazzuoli/Chionna (AF Corse) as they bettered Renaud Kuppens (Konvex Racing) and Ange Barde, making his Trofeo debut. Th ex-European Ferrari Challenge champion made the most of free practice to get to know the car. The hard work paid off as his times improved the longer the workout went on.
In seventh and eighth are two other crews going for the title: Ragazzi/Simoni and Dromedari/Pigoli (Swiss Team). Behind them is the Venier/Gardelli duo and Stefano Garelli.
|2||7||Giuseppe Fascicolo / Giorgio Sernagiotto||+1.531|
|4||36||Cedric Sbirrazzuoli / Alessandro Chionna||+2.210|
|7||23||Riccardo Ragazzi / Alan Simoni||+3.016|
|8||11||Andrea Dromedari / Max Pigoli||+3.207|
|9||66||Fabio Venier / Andrea Gardelli||+3.441|