Josep María Martí was the quickest driver on the second day of in-season testing. The Campos Racing driver set a 1:23.681 in the morning session, the fastest lap of the test so far, to lead the way from ART Grand Prix’s Victor Martins and MP Motorsport driver Dennis Hauger

In the afternoon it was Ritomo Miyata and Rodin Motorsport that led the way, ending the day quickest by 0.2s ahead of Invicta Racing’s Gabriel Bortoleto with a 1:24.878.


Juan Manuel Correa set the pace in the opening half hour of running on day two, improving on multiple laps to lower his best to a 1:26.214 early on. Campos' Isack Hadjar was next to go to the top, bettering the DAMS Lucas Oil driver’s effort by 0.039s with 40 minutes run.

Just before the end of the first hour, further improvements began to filter in with Trident going to the top on soft tyres. Roman Stanek led teammate Richard Verschoor with a 1:24.392, 0.3s ahead of the Dutch driver.

Verschoor found more speed to then go quickest with a 1:24.202 just prior to the first Red Flag of the day. Miyata was the driver stopped in the final sector between Turns 10 and 11, bringing a pause to the on-track action with just over half the morning segment remaining.

The session was quickly back underway and Hadjar moved back up to P1, becoming the first into the 1:23s. Dennis Hauger got to within 0.003s of the Frenchman’s 1:23.881 to go second for MP Motorsport as multiple teams began to focus on soft tyre runs.

Zane Maloney lifted Rodin up to third position, 0.146s down on Hadjar’s fastest time with Zak O’Sullivan going fourth for ART Grand Prix, another 0.040s behind the Bajan.

Martí then moved himself to the top of the timing screens, displacing his teammate by two-tenths of a second with a 1:23.681 with just under an hour and a half remaining.

With an hour to go, Martins improved his personal best to go back up to second in his ART, 0.160s shy of Martí’s time. Hauger was back out on track and moved himself to third, another 0.021s behind the Frenchman.

The timing charts remained largely the same for the remainder of the morning, with no changes to the top five. Martí finished as the fastest from Martins, Hauger, Hadjar and Paul Aron.

Having been fastest on the opening day, Bortoleto ended the morning of day two as the busiest driver of all, logging 71 laps for Invicta.


Miyata went fastest for Rodin Motorsport in the afternoon session on the second day of testing
Miyata went fastest for Rodin Motorsport in the afternoon session on the second day of testing

PREMA, ART and MP were on track right away to kick off the afternoon’s running, but Franco Colapinto’s session was put on pause with 10 minutes gone. The Argentinian driver came to a halt in Sector 2, bringing out the second Red Flag of the day.

Teammate Hauger was the fastest driver in the early phases once running got back underway, 1:26.883 the time to beat with half an hour gone.

After a relatively quiet morning, Enzo Fittipaldi put Van Amersfoort Racing on top next, with his 1:26.807 just under a tenth quicker than Hauger’s earlier effort.

With little over an hour to go on day two, Bortoleto went quickest, lowering the time to beat to a 1:26.573 in his Invicta. Teammate Kush Maini improved up to third with over 45 minutes left of the session, 0.257s down on the Brazilian’s time.

That was until the Rodin Motorsport pair bolted on softs to make it a one-two for the team. Miyata set a 1:24.878 for P1, 0.204s quicker than teammate Zane Maloney in second.

Not long after, Bortoleto restored himself to second with a 1:25.067, splitting the two Rodins and just missing out on topping consecutive afternoon sessions.

O’Sullivan proved to be the busiest driver of the afternoon segment, logging 68 laps in his #2 ART Grand Prix car.

Day three of the in-season test is set to get underway at 09:00 local time though will feature an altered afternoon timetable, with the latter session starting at 13:00 and finishing at 16:00 local time.


1Josep María MartíESPCampos Racing1:23.68127
2Victor MartinsFRAART Grand Prix1:23.84152
3Dennis HaugerNORMP Motorsport1:23.86223
4Isack HadjarFRACampos Racing1:23.88133
5Paul AronESTHitech Pulse-Eight1:23.94039
6Franco ColapintoARGMP Motorsport1:24.01632
7Zane MaloneyBRBRodin Motorsport1:24.02749
8Zak O’SullivanGBRART Grand Prix1:24.06728
9Richard VerschoorNLDTrident1:24.20240
10Joshua DuerksenPRYPHM AIX Racing1:24.24247
11Kush MainiINDInvicta Racing1:24.28454
12Roman StanekCZETrident1:24.39239
13Andrea Kimi AntonelliITAPREMA Racing1:24.51021
14Jak CrawfordUSADAMS Lucas Oil1:24.54039
15Amaury CordeelBELHitech Pulse-Eight1:24.78239
16Juan Manuel CorreaUSADAMS Lucas Oil1:24.85140
17Ritomo MiyataJPNRodin Carlin1:24.96348
18Taylor BarnardGBRPHM AIX Racing1:25.05347
19Oliver BearmanGBRPREMA Racing1:25.70222
20Enzo FittipaldiBRAVan Amersfoort Racing1:28.52141
21Gabriel BortoletoBRAInvicta Racing1:29.25071
22Rafael VillagómezMEXVan Amersfoort Racing1:29.58942


1Ritomo MiyataJPNRodin Motorsport1:24.87833
2Gabriel BortoletoBRAInvicta Racing1:25.01426
3Zane MaloneyBRBRodin Motorsport1:25.08226
4Kush MainiINDInvicta Racing1:25.08447
5Enzo FittipaldiBRAVan Amersfoort Racing1:25.71228
6Rafael VillagómezMEXVan Amersfoort Racing1:26.01333
7Richard VerschoorNLDTrident1:26.80330
8Dennis HaugerNORMP Motorsport1:26.88358
9Roman StanekCZETrident1:27.26223
10Paul AronESTHitech Pulse-Eight1:27.45153
11Amaury CordeelBELHitech Pulse-Eight1:27.84051
12Isack HadjarFRACampos Racing1:27.90446
13Josep María MartíESPCampos Racing1:28.05344
14Joshua DuerksenPRYPHM AIX Racing1:28.51646
15Franco ColapintoARGMP Motorsport1:29.25237
16Jak CrawfordUSADAMS Lucas Oil1:29.33651
17Juan Manuel CorreaUSADAMS Lucas Oil1:29.75549
18Oliver BearmanGBRPREMA Racing1:29.85737
19Victor MartinsFRAART Grand Prix1:30.09352
20Zak O’SullivanGBRART Grand Prix1:30.40068
21Andrea Kimi AntonelliITAPREMA Racing1:30.61538
22Taylor BarnardGBRPHM AIX Racing1:30.70745