In the first qualifying session the driver of Audi Sport Italia set the quickest time in 1’49.938 and will have on his side the reigning champion Stefano Colombo (BMW Z4-ROAL Motorsport) who set the second time in 1’50.165.
Giacomo Barri (Lamborghini Gallardo – 1’50.312) and Marco Mapelli (Porsche GT3R – 1’50.730) will start from the second row, followed by the two Ferrari 458 Italia of Giuseppe Cirò (1’50.805) and Tommaso Maino 8 1’51.678) in third.
Venturi set the quickest time of the second session instead in 1’49.245 and will share race two’s front row with Vito Postiglione (Porsche GT3R), who scored a very good P2 in 1’50.190. Stefano Comandini (BMW Z4-1’50.293) and Gabriele Lancieri (Ferrari 458 Italia- 1’50.770), will start from the second row, while the third will be occupied by Alex Frassineti (1’50.841) and Michela Cerruti (BMW Z4- 1’50.883).
Engine problems for Sonvico-Capello (Audi R8 LMS-Audi Sport Italia), as the pairing was slowed down in both sessions while Antonio Spavone and Isaac Tutumlu did not make it to the track in both sessions due to an engine failure in free practice, the engine unit was later on replaced though and the two Autorlando’s color bearers will be regularly at the start tomorrow.
The two pole positions of the GT Cup went to Fabio Babini (GDL Motorsport – 1’56.969) and Marco Magli (Antonelli Motorsport – 1’56.617).
Source. Italian GT Championship