Qual 2: ASM 1-2-3

Eric Salignon clinched pole position for race two of this weekend's Formula 3 Euro Series round at Zandvoort in Holland in a session utterly dominated by his ASM team

Qual 2: ASM 1-2-3

Frenchman Salignon record his pole-winning lap with a couple of minutes left in the session to deny team-mate Jamie Green the top spot. The leading pair were separated by just a hundredth of a second, while third on the grid fell to the sister ASM car of Alexandre Premat, who was three tenths further back.

Green's front row spot went a long way towards erasing the memories of a difficult time at the Dutch track during the Marlboro Masters meeting last month. The 22-year-old can wrap up the title if the results go his way this weekend. His principle rival, Nico Rosberg, starts directly behind him on the grid in fourth.

Manor Motorsport's Lewis Hamilton was second fastest in free practice and showed he will be a factor this weekend by taking fifth on the grid. Sixth place fell to Robert Kubica - who is back at Mucke after missing the Masters. His temporary replacement Daniel La Rosa, who has returned to HBR, was ninth.

Eric Salignon Dallara-Mercedes 1m32.171s
Jamie Green Dallara-Mercedes 1m32.186s
Alexandre Premat Dallara-Mercedes 1m32.478s
Nico Rosberg Dallara-Opel 1m32.745s
Lewis Hamilton Dallara-Mercedes 1m32.871s
6 Robert Kubica Dallara-Mercedes 1m33.001s

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