The order returned to normal in the second practice session, with Championship leader Will Ingram topping the session, as the only driver to get into the 1:14s. Second was Bradley Downton, just two tenths off, with Red Bull driver – Johnny Kingshark in a close third. The second Red Bull driver, Hollis Graham had continued bad luck though, struggling with the setup of his Red Bull, languishing in 18th place.
Ferrari weren’t looking quite as impressive as their early season form, not even managing to get into the top 10, whilst Mercedes looked significantly quicker in the hands of Shane Butler.
The most astonishing stat however, was that the top 5 were each a different nationality, and even more impressive, 7 different teams being inside the top 10!
Kaz Armos was confined to the garage all session, with multiple issues with the engine, including both KERS and gearbox-related.