Filippi claims Auto GP pole at Imola

Luca Filippi stormed to pole position for race one of the second Auto GP event at Imola

Filippi claims Auto GP pole at Imola

The Italian driver had also been quickest in Friday's practice sessions, and proved impossible to catch in qualifying, taking his Euronova car to pole with a 1m31.742s lap.

Adrien Tambay (Charouz-Gravity) was his nearest rival, earning a poignant front row start at the track where his father Patrick famously won the 1983 San Marino Grand Prix. The Formula 3 convert was 0.258 seconds off ex-GP2 man Filippi's pace.

Former GP2 champion Giorgio Pantano (Super Nova) took third, ahead of DAMS' Duncan Tappy and series newcomer Stefano Coletti (Charouz-Gravity).

Brno polesitter Jonny Reid could only manage ninth this time in the second Super Nova car.

Pos Driver Team Time Gap 1. Luca Filippi Euronova 1m31.742s 2. Adrien Tambay Charouz-Gravity 1m32.000s + 0.258s 3. Giorgio Pantano Super Nova 1m32.234s + 0.492s 4. Duncan Tappy DAMS 1m32.285s + 0.543s 5. Stefano Coletti Charouz-Gravity 1m32.347s + 0.605s 6. Fabio Onidi Lazarus 1m32.384s + 0.642s 7. Edoardo Piscopo DAMS 1m32.393s + 0.651s 8. Fabrizio Crestani DAMS 1m32.740s + 0.998s 9. Jonny Reid Super Nova 1m32.865s + 1.123s 10. Jan Charouz Charouz-Gravity 1m32.928s + 1.186s 11. Walter Grubmuller Charouz-Gravity 1m33.020s + 1.278s 12. Julian Leal Trident 1m33.254s + 1.512s 13. Carlos Iaconelli Durango 1m33.332s + 1.590s 14. Stefano Bizzarri RP 1m33.746s + 2.004s 15. Federico Leo Trident 1m33.786s + 2.044s 16. Celso Miguez RP 1m34.337s + 2.595s 
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