Another pole position for the Thai driver who goes half a second faster than Höher in Q2. Giovesi and Janosz to share row two. Palou 13th on the grid
Sandy Stuvik cruised to another pole position today at Monza, delivering another brilliant performance with his RP Motorsport Dallara F312. Stuvik has continued his unstoppable momentum setting a pole position time of 1:46.278, more than half a second quicker than Christopher Höher (BVM Racing). For Höher this was his best result so far and he could become a race winner contender later in the race. Behind Kevin Giovesi (DAV Racing) and Artur Janosz (RP Motorsport) will start third and fourth on the starting grid.
John Simonyan (RP Motorsport) will be joined on row three by his teammate Andrés Saravia, and Damiano Fioravanti (BVM Racing) will share row four with Yarin Stern (Team West-Tec). Che-One Lim (Emilio de Villota Motorsport) and Konstantin Tereschenko (Campos Racing) have finished 9th and 10th respectively. Yu Kanamaru (Emilio de Villota Motorsport), 3rd yesterday, qualified 11th and Alex Palou (Campos Racing) was only able to score 13th place.