Campos driver Leonardo Pulcini brought ART Grand Prix’s dominance of GP3 pre-season testing to an end by topping the second and final day of running at Jerez.
Pulcini had been fourth fastest in a damp morning session behind a trio of ART drivers, with Callum Ilott leading Anthoine Hubert and Nikita Mazepin.
In the afternoon, both Ilott and Jake Hughes would take turns on top – the latter recovering after his ART car stopped on track during the morning – but Pulcini ended up quickest with a time of 1m30.408s.
That was 41 thousandths of a second faster than the benchmark set by Hubert on Wednesday.
Pedro Piquet took second place late on for Trident, 0.208s down on Pulcini, with Hughes and Hubert rounding out the top four.
Jenzer’s Tatiana Calderon beat Ilott to fifth, with Giuliano Alesi leading Niko Kari, Dorian Boccolacci and Simo Laaksonen at the foot of the top 10.
Day two times
|1||Leonardo Pulcini||Campos Racing||1:32.363||1:30.255|
|3||Jake Hughes||ART Grand Prix||1:37.780||1:30.500|
|4||Anthoine Hubert||ART Grand Prix||1:32.080||1:30.530|
|5||Tatiana Calderon||Jenzer Motorsport||1:38.781||1:30.531|
|6||Callum Ilott||ART Grand Prix||1:31.998||1:30.597|
|8||Niko Kari||MP Motorsport||1:32.690||1:30.630|
|9||Dorian Boccolacci||MP Motorsport||1:32.372||1:30.642|
|10||Simo Laaksonen||Campos Racing||1:32.632||1:30.713|
|11||Nikita Mazepin||ART Grand Prix||1:32.217||1:30.744|
|12||Diego Menchaca||Campos Racing||1:33.315||1:30.844|
|13||Juan Manuel Correa||Jenzer Motorsport||1:33.232||1:30.848|
|15||Gabriel Aubry||Arden International||1:33.391||1:30.936|
|16||David Beckmann||Jenzer Motorsport||1:32.531||1:30.989|
|18||Joey Mawson||Arden International||1:32.957||1:31.279|
|19||Julien Falchero||Arden International||1:32.993||1:31.500|