Day 2 fastest driver among the 33 cars on the track is Ferrari Driver Academy Rafael Camara. The Brazilian, racing in PREMA Racing colors, signed the best lap this morning with 1’57.899. Camara was the only one under 1’58 and gained the head of day 2 combined standings and the overall best result of the 2 days. Andrea Kimi Antonelli (PREMA Racing) did the second best lap of the day with a gap of 0.165.
Closing the last day of French practice in P3 was the German driver Tim Tramintz, R-ace GP (+0.250).
Short gaps also between the following four positions, all within a half-second gap from the leader. Kirill Smal only tested today, on board of a Monolite Motorsport car, and closed the day fourth followed by Martinius Stenshorne (Van Amersfoort Racing), Roman Bilinski (Trident Motorsport), Santiago Ramos (RPM) and Kas Haverkort (Van Amersfoort Racing).
Lorenzo Fluxa (PREMA Racing) and Nikhil Bohra (Trident Motorsport) completed the top 10.
Now one last chance to tune everything will be in Monza, April 12th and 13th, with the last pre-season collective tests, before the season start at Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari in Imola, April 21st-23rd.