Qualifying 2: Green back on top

Jamie Green will start from pole position for Rockingham's second Formula Three race, the first time the Carlin driver has qualified fastest since the opening meeting of the season at Donington Park

Qualifying 2: Green back on top

Race one polesitter Nelson Piquet Jr lines up alongside Green on the front row, as again series dominator Alan van der Merwe could only manage fourth position.

Surprise of the session was the appearance of Fortec's Will Power in third place, the Australian's best qualifying yet. This was achieved despite a wild aerial moment at the chicane that he was lucky to escape without damage. Richard Antinucci and Stefano Fabi were less fortunate in similar incidents, the latter cracking the tub of his Dallara. Power's Fortec team-mate Robert Dahlgren will start fifth behind van der Merwe.

Clivio Piccione, third for Manor in first qualifying, slipped to sixth this time ahead of Carlin pair Ronnie Bremer and Richard Antinucci, Menu Motorsport's Adam Carroll and P1 Racing's Billy Asaro. Danny Watts dropped from his earlier fifth position to 11th, mystified by the handling of his Hi-Tech Dallara. T-Sport's Karun Chandhok again topped the Scholarship division times.





1 Jamie Green Carlin Dallara-Mugen Honda 1m28.765s
2 Nelson Piquet Jr Piquet Sports Dallara-Mugen Honda 1m29.044s
3 Will Power Fortec Dallara-Renault 1m29.065s
4 Alan van der Merwe Carlin Dallara-Mugen Honda 1m29.130s
5 Robert Dahlgren Fortec Dallara-Renault 1m29.202s
6 Clivio Piccione Manor Dallara-Mugen Honda 1m29.327s
7 Ronnie Bremer Carlin Dallara-Mugen Honda 1m29.409s
8 Richard Antinucci Carlin Dallara-Mugen Honda 1m29.664s
9 Adam Carroll Menu Dallara-Mugen Honda 1m29.668s
10 Billy Asaro P1 Dallara-Mugen Honda 1m29.699s

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