Reigning Champion Antonio Felix Da Costa set the fastest time on day two’s morning session, with the quickest time of testing so far of a 1.11.948.
The Techeetah driver is running an upgraded season six powertrain, as the Chinese team are set to introduce their new powertrain in the European leg of the 2020/2021 season.
Maximilian Gunther ended the session second fastest with a 1.12.049, which was set on his final lap of the session in his BMW Andretti. Oliver Rowland ended the session third fastest with a 1.12.161 for Nissan e.dams.
The whole field was separated by just over a second, which could be proof of another tantalising season in prospect. Jean-Eric Vergne was fourth fastest in the second Techeetah car with Robin Frijns in fifth in the first of the Envision Virgin Racing cars.
Lucas Di Grassi was sixth in his Audi setting a 1.12.338. Sébastien Buemi was seventh in the second Nissan e.Dams car ahead of Alex Lynn in the Mahindra.
Jake Dennis ended the session in ninth in the second BMW Andretti with Stoffel Vandoorne rounding out the top ten. The top ten was separated by four-tenths of a second.
Rene Rast was 11th for Audi, ahead of Andre Lotterer who ended yesterday fastest for Porsche. Alexander Sims was 13th and Nyck De Vries in 14th. Sam Bird was the lead Jaguar Racing car in 15th ahead of Nick Cassidy in 16th.
Both NIO 333 drivers were 17th and 18th, with Tom Blomqvist slightly faster that Oliver Turvey. The two NIO drivers were separated by half a tenth.
Nico Müller was 19th for Dragon ahead of Pascal Wehrlein in 20th in the second Porsche. Müller caused a red flag midway through the session after he stopped on track.
Sergio Sette Camara was 21st in the second Dragon, with Mitch Evans just behind him in 22nd for Jaguar. Both Venturi’s ended the morning 23rd and 24th.