Sebastien Buemi was the quickest driver in the first practice session for the second race in Berlin, leading Maro Engel by over one second.
His lap time of 1m07.712s was the first to be under 1m08s. The Swiss driver also topped first practice on Saturday in similar temperatures before losing pace through the day.
After finishing in the points for Venturi in the first race of the weekend, Engel showed his pace by being just under one tenth faster than DS Virgin Racing’s Jose Maria Lopez.
Like yesterday there weren’t any major incidents on track, with a couple of drivers brushing against the wall or locking up.
Lucas di Grassi found himself in the bottom half of the timesheet for the majority of the session after focusing on race pace, although with two minutes to go moved up to fourth with a fast lap.
Yesterdays race winner Felix Rosenqvist finished the session in fifth, improving on a quick lap set earlier into the session. His team-mate Nick Heidfeld was down in eighth, with both drivers close to Nico Prost in the drivers’ championship after Mahindra’s double podium.
The two Techeetah cars were running quick at the beginning of the session, and Jean-Eric Vergne ended in sixth while Stephane Sarrazin found himself in ninth.
Alongside Heidfeld, Sam Bird was in between the two in seventh. The Brit said after the race yesterday that he needs to aim for the top five today.
Prost rounded off the top 10 with a 1m09.465, only 0.008s ahead of Abt Audi Sport’s Daniel Abt.