Jaguar’s Mitch Evans topped the second practise session ahead of this afternoon’s Rome E-Prix, setting a lap time over six tenths clear of Jake Dennis in second.
The two Porsche’s of Antonio Felix da Costa and Pascal Wehrlein were third and fourth separated by only one thousandth but over a quarter of a second beghind the top time.
Edoardo Mortara was fifth for Maserati ahead of Andre Lotterer with Sebastien Buemi, Stoffel Vandoorne, Max Guenther and Jean-Eric Vergne completing the top ten.
Sacha Fenestraz was 11th ahead of Rene Rast, with the two NIO 333s of Dan Ticktum and Sergio Sette Camara in 13th and 14th ahead of Nick Cassidy in 15th.
Norman Nato ended 16th ahead of Sam Bird and Nico Mueller, Luacs Di Grassi ended 19th, with Jake Hughes 20th, Robin Frijns 21st and Roberto Mehri 22nd.