Oliver Rowland has claimed his first pole of the season as he looks for redemption after a front row start in yesterdays race turned sour.
Rowland was able to string the lap together in Superpole after narrowly beating Pascal Wehrlein, who also looks for redemption this afternoon.
The Brit set a time of a 1.23.579 to take pole position.
Mortara will start third after setting the fourth best Superpole time as Alex Lynn had his lap time deleted for a technical infraction and will start sixth. This also promoted Jean-Eric Vergne and Jake Dennis to fourth and fifth.
Sebastien Buemi just missed out on his first Superpole of the season in seventh, Nick Cassidy will start eighth, ahead of Tom Blomqvist with Andre Lotterer once again rounding out the top ten.
Max Guenther starts just outside the top ten alongside Norman Nato, with yesterday’s race winner Lucas Di Grassi in 13th. Alexander Sims will start 14th with Sam Bird in 15th.
Sergio Sette Camara will start 16th just ahead of Stoffel Vandoorne, who was the fastest of those from the first group, almost two seconds off the pace off the top time.
Mitch Evans was 18th ahead of Nyck De Vries, with Oliver Turvey completing the top 20.
Championship leader Robin Frijns will start 21st alongside reigning champion Antonio Felix da Costa, with Joel Eriksson in 23rd, and Rene Rast, who had is time deleted for leaving the track and re-joining unsafely, however made no difference to the German’s qualifying position.