Pommer sets the pace in second F2 practice at Brands Hatch

Markus Pommer was quickest in the second Formula 2 practice session at Brands Hatch

Pommer sets the pace in second F2 practice at Brands Hatch

The German, whose running was limited in the morning session, bounced back from being slowest with a best time of 1m15.200s, finishing just 0.019 seconds ahead of Christopher Zanella.

Zanella led a trio of Swiss drivers, with Alex Fontana, Matheo Tuscher and Max Snegirev completing the top five.

The 45-minute session took place under sunny skies.

Pos Driver Time Gap 1. Markus Pommer 1m15.200s 2. Christopher Zanella 1m15.219s + 0.019s 3. Alex Fontana 1m15.578s + 0.378s 4. Matheo Tuscher 1m15.685s + 0.485s 5. Maxim Snegirev 1m15.856s + 0.656s 6. Dino Zamparelli 1m15.924s + 0.724s 7. Luciano Bacheta 1m16.082s + 0.882s 8. Hector Hurst 1m16.129s + 0.929s 9. Axcil Jefferies 1m16.304s + 1.104s 10. Kourosh Khani 1m16.309s + 1.109s 11. Plamen Kralev 1m16.822s + 1.622s 12. Mihai Marinescu 1m16.849s + 1.649s 13. Kevin Mirocha 1m16.955s + 1.755s 14. Mauro Calamia 1m17.055s + 1.855s 15. Daniel McKenzie 1m17.244s + 2.044s 16. David Zhu 1m17.554s + 2.354s 
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