Aston Martin Reserve Driver Felipe Drugovich topped the second session of Berlin rookie test with a time of 1:05.509
Changes to this morning’s lineup saw Roberto Mehri take over the #8 Mahindra while Jonny Edgar jumped into the #37 Envision.
With many getting to grips with the tricky Formula E package, only three drivers did not take laps at the full 350kW power available.
Times were even closer to those set by the drivers over the weekend, with eight drivers getting into the 1:05s.
Drugovich’s fastest time was three-tenths quicker than the fastest lap set in the morning session, showing improvements from the whole field.
Sheldon van der Linde had to bow out of the session after an hour and a half after stopping on track and bringing out the red flag.
Victor Martins and Zane Maloney had their spells at the top of the time sheets but couldn’t quite match the pace of Drugovich, finishing the session second and third.
Luca Ghiotto was at the sharp end of the times again, finishing the session fourth fastest.
The Italian made a modest improvement from the morning session, just over a tenth faster than the time he set in the morning.
Robert Shwartzman and Jehan Darvala completed the joint most laps of the session with 57 each. The pair were also fast, posting times good enough for fifth and sixth respectively.
Luke Browning was up in the top ten again in the session, putting a lap together good enough for seventh and was two-tenths faster than the time he set this morning.
Porsche reserve David Beckmann only completed 26 laps in the afternoon session, his fastest being eighth fastest overall.
Danil Kvyat’s penultimate lap of the session was his fastest, putting him ninth on the timesheet, just over half a second off Drugovich’s time.
After having to sit out of the morning session due to issues with the other Envision car, Edgar only completed 11 laps and finished the session 20th.