Zuber continues good form for iSport

Andreas Zuber set the pace throughout the first day of the final GP2 pre-season test at Paul Ricard on Thursday

Zuber continues good form for iSport

Zuber's team mate Timo Glock was third quickest as the team continued to show impressive form heading into the season opener in Bahrain.

The teammates were split by Super Nova's Luca Filippi, while former World Series by Renault frontrunner Pastor Maldonado was fourth quickest for Trident Racing.

Antonio Pizzonia repeated his good form from recent tests by setting the fifth fastest time, while fellow ex-Formula One driver Giorgio Pantano was also competitive with the sixth quickest lap.

Reigning champions ART Grand Prix had another quiet day, despite both of their cars making the top 10. Michael Ammermuller was eighth fastest, while Lucas di Grassi was 10th.

Pos Driver Team Time Laps 1. Andreas Zuber iSport International 1:12.812 19 2. Luca Filippi Super Nova International 1:12.968 32 3. Timo Glock iSport International 1:13.072 45 4. Pastor Maldonado Trident Racing 1:13.196 41 5. Antonio Pizzonia Petrol Ofisi FMS 1:13.280 38 6. Giorgio Pantano Campos Grand Prix 1:13.299 40 7. Borja Garcia Durango 1:13.340 39 8. Michael Ammermuller Art Grand Prix 1:13.371 34 9. Nicolas Lapierre DAMS 1:13.385 43 10. Lucas Di Grassi Art Grand Prix 1:13.463 36 11. Mike Conway Super Nova International 1:13.522 43 12. Adrian Zaugg Arden International 1:13.634 30 13. Ricardo Risatti BCN Competicion 1:13.714 32 14. Roldan Rodriguez Minardi Piquet Sports 1:13.840 19 15. Alexandre Negrao Minardi Piquet Sports 1:13.932 33 16. Javier Villa Racing Engineering 1:13.981 34 17. Jason Tahinci Petrol Ofisi FMS 1:14.150 32 18. Karun Chandhok Durango 1:14.240 36 19. Sergio Jimenez Racing Engineering 1:14.245 35 20. Kohei Hirate Trident Racing 1:14.640 44 21. Vitaly Petrov Campos Grand Prix 1:14.640 30 22. Bruno Senna Arden International 1:14.833 19 23. Andy Soucek DPR 1:14.981 46 24. Sakon Yamamoto BCN Competicion 1:15.053 40 25. Christian Bakkerud DPR 1:16.358 43 
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