Zanella grabs F2 race two pole

Christopher Zanella followed up his race one victory at Magny-Cours with pole position for the French track's second Formula 2 round this morning

Zanella grabs F2 race two pole

Zanella's late 1m29.638s lap saw him pip Saturday's pole-starter Alex Brundle by just 0.057 seconds.

Mihai Marinescu held a front row slot for a while before Zanella's pole run saw him pushed down to third.

Early pacesetters and Silverstone winners Mirko Bortolotti and Miki Monras were edged back to fourth and fifth in the end.

Ramon Pineiro, Will Bratt, Jon Lancaster, Thiemo Storz and Tobias Hegewald filled the remaining top 10 spots.

Pos Driver Time Gap 1. Christopher Zanella 1m29.638s 2. Alex Brundle 1m29.695s + 0.057s 3. Mihai Marinescu 1m29.766s + 0.128s 4. Mirko Bortolotti 1m29.813s + 0.175s 5. Miki Monras 1m29.855s + 0.217s 6. Ramon Pineiro 1m29.983s + 0.345s 7. Will Bratt 1m30.083s + 0.445s 8. Jon Lancaster 1m30.213s + 0.575s 9. Thiemo Storz 1m30.267s + 0.629s 10. Tobias Hegewald 1m30.378s + 0.740s 11. Jack Clarke 1m30.443s + 0.805s 12. Benjamin Lariche 1m30.472s + 0.834s 13. Kelvin Snoeks 1m30.652s + 1.014s 14. Johannes Theobald 1m30.845s + 1.207s 15. Armaan Ebrahim 1m30.919s + 1.281s 16. Mikkel Mac 1m31.102s + 1.464s 17. Natalia Kowalska 1m31.155s + 1.517s 18. Julian Theobald 1m31.305s + 1.667s 19. James Cole 1m31.383s + 1.745s 20. Maxim Snegirev 1m31.500s + 1.862s 21. Jose Luis Abadin 1m31.522s + 1.884s 22. Sung-Hak Mun 1m31.799s + 2.161s 23. Plamen Kralev 1m32.520s + 2.882s 
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