Mat’o Homola takes pole position in Brno
Mat’o Homola took pole position in his Homola Motorsport SEAT León Racer. The Slovakian took the lead early in the session and assaults from stable-mate Dusan Borkovic and Dejan Bulatovic proved to be unsuccessful.
Early weekend pace setter Petr Fulin failed to take pole on home soil by finishing fourth, despite his best efforts. The Krenek Motorsport driver was third for most of the session until Bulatovic demoted him.
Fifth outright and TC2T pole sitter was Davit Kajaia, the Georgian proving to be really fast when it mattered in his Liqui Moly Team Engstler BMW 320 TC. Andreas Pfister came home just ahead of TC2 pace setter Michal Matejovsky in his Krenek Motorsport BMW 320si.
Ronny Jost finished eight outright ahead of TC2T driver Aytac Biter, with Mladen Lalusic completing the top ten in his SEAT León Racer.
In the S1600 class Niklas Mackschin took pole position, with Ulrike Krafft in second ahead of Gilles Bruckner and Florian Hildner.
Action resumes tomorrow at 9.30 for the 15-minutes Warm Up.