Da Costa takes pole position in Marrakesh with a 1:17.070. Mortara lining up beside him after setting a 1:17.151.
RoKIT Venturi’s Eduardo Mortara takes the top spot in Group A with a 1:18.386. Envisions Nick Cassidy followed behind in P2 with a 1:18.452. Both Avalanche Andretti cars make the duels. Jake Dennis took P3 with a 1:18.496 with teammate Oliver Askew claiming P4 with a 1:18.540.
Eliminated in Group A
Lucas Di Grassi
Sergio Sette Camara
Group B saw DSTCHEETAH’s Antonio Felix Da Costa claim P1 after setting a 1:18.150. He was followed closely by teammate Jean Eric Vergne with a 1:18.22. Porsche’s Pascal Wehrlein takes P3 after setting a 1:18.248. Jaguars Mitch Evans claimed the final duel spot with a 1:18.381.
Evans and Mortara were the first to go head to head. Evans was the first to take to the track setting a 1:17.476. This however wasn’t enough to see him progress into the duels as Mortara set an incredible 1:17.002.
Wehrlein and Cassidy were the next up to the duels. Wehrlein took to the track first setting a benchmark of 1:17.291. Cassidy followed behind setting a 1:17.578 however this wasn’t enough to see him progress into the semi-finals.
Quarter Final Three
Dennis and Vergne were next to take to the track. Vergne progresses to the semi-finals after claiming an astonishing 1:16.982. This couldn’t be beaten by Dennis who set a 1:17.348 seeing him eliminated.
Askew and Da Costa were the final pairing of the quarter-finals. Askew took to the track first setting a benchmark time of 1:17.575. Da Costa however set a 1:17.202 seeing himself progress into the semi-final.
Wehrlein and Mortara are the first to go head to head in the semi-final. Wehrlein takes to the track first setting a 1:17.305. This however wasn’t enough to see him progress into the final as Mortara claimed a 1:17.129.
Teammates Vergne and Da Costa are next to go head to head. Da Costa took to the track first setting a benchmark time of 1:17:091. This couldn’t be beaten by his teammate Vergne who claimed a 1:17.115.
Mortara and Da Costa were the final two to go head to head for pole position. Mortara took to the track first setting a benchmark of 1:17.151. This however was only good enough for P2. Da Costa claimed pole position with a 1:17.070.