Zuber leads iSport one-two in testing

Andreas Zuber and Timo Glock finished the second day of testing at Barcelona at the top of the timesheets

Zuber leads iSport one-two in testing

The iSport pair were quickest in the morning session, and their times were not beaten for the rest of the day.

Glock had to sit out the afternoon session though, as he aggravated the wrist injury that forced him to miss final race of last season at Monza.

Reigning champions ART Grand Prix offered more of a threat in the afternoon session, as Lucas di Grassi recovered from a crash in the morning to go quickest, but he was unable to better the top times from the morning session.

Antonio Pizzonia was fast again for FMS after he played down the importance of laptimes in testing, while DAMS continued to show good pace with Nicolas Lapierre and Kazuki Nakajima setting top six times.

Giorgio Pantano put in a solid performance for Campos throughout the day, while Mike Conway performed well in the afternoon session for Super Nova.

Morning times:

Pos Driver Team Time Laps 1. Andreas Zuber iSport International 1:27.024 27 2. Timo Glock iSport International 1:27.203 26 3. Antonio Pizzonia FMS International 1:27.251 25 4. Nicolas Lapierre Dams 1:27.402 40 5. Kazuki Nakajima Dams 1:27.426 42 6. Giorgio Pantano Campos Grand Prix 1:27.588 38 7. Borja Garcia Durango 1:27.739 37 8. Lucas di Grassi ART Grand Prix 1:27.769 12 9. Bruno Senna Arden International 1:28.095 32 10. Pastor Maldonado Trident Racing 1:28.106 32 11. Luca Filippi Super Nova Int. 1:28.178 34 12. Alexandre Negrao Minardi Piquet Sports 1:28.194 30 13. Michael Ammermuller ART Grand Prix 1:28.201 33 14. Mike Conway Super Nova Int. 1:28.245 39 15. Sakon Yamamoto BCN Competicion 1:28.246 36 16. Andy Soucek DPR 1:28.254 30 17. Christian Bakkerud DPR 1:28.262 41 18. Roldan Rodriguez Minardi Piquet Sports 1:28.346 24 19. Adrian Zaugg Arden International 1:28.373 28 20. Karun Chandhok Durango 1:28.514 29 21. Javier Villa Racing Engineering 1:28.702 30 22. Kohei Hirate Trident Racing 1:28.725 31 23. Jason Tahinci FMS International 1:28.015 35 24. Sergio Jimenez Racing Engineering 1:29.169 40 25. Vitaly Petrov Campos Grand Prix 1:29.350 38 26. Ricardo Risatti BCN Competicion excluded 

Afternoon times:

Pos Driver Team Time Laps 1. Lucas di Grassi ART Grand Prix 1:27.207 32 2. Giorgio Pantano Campos Grand Prix 1:27.536 36 3. Kazuki Nakajima Dams 1:27.627 56 4. Mike Conway Super Nova 1:27.647 45 5. Antonio Pizzonia FMS International 1:27.691 36 6. Michael Ammermulle ART Grand Prix 1:27.702 37 7. Bruno Senna Arden International 1:27.714 45 8. Luca Filippi Super Nova 1:27.827 34 9. Andreas Zuber iSport International 1:28.063 31 10. Borja Garcia Durango 1:28.091 34 11. Karun Chandhok Durango 1:28.130 33 12. Nicolas Lapierre Dams 1:28.168 49 13. Adrian Zaugg Arden International 1:28.191 36 14. Javier Villa Racing Engineering 1:28.200 45 15. Alexandre Negrao Minardi Piquet Sports 1:28.327 38 16. Ricardo Risatti BCN Competicion 1:28.450 24 17. Roldan Rodriguez Minardi Piquet Sports 1:28.457 31 18. Sergio Jimenez Racing Engineering 1:28.474 34 19. Andy Soucek DPR 1:28.539 31 20. Kohei Hirate Trident Racing 1:28.716 29 21. Jason Tahinci FMS International 1:29.135 24 22. Sakon Yamamoto BCN Competicion 1:29.262 54 23. Vitaly Petrov Campos Grand Prix 1:29.470 50 24. Pastor Maldonado Trident Racing 1:29.742 4 25. Christian Bakkerud DPR no time 26. Timo Glock iSport International no time 
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