Maximilian Gunther topped Free Practice Two in Berlin for Maserati in an incident-free session on Saturday morning. 

The German driver set a 1:02.177 on Berlin’s new track layout for season ten. Lucas Di Grassi had his best session of the season by finishing in second for ABT Cupra.

The season four champion set a 1.02.189. Pascal Wehrlein was third quickest for Porsche setting a 1.02.252. The championship leader missed FP1 yesterday after his car shut-down on his opening lap.

Edoardo Mortara confirmed Mahindra’s strong pace with a fourth-placed finish after the Swiss Italian driver set a 1.02.272.

Jean-Eric Vergne was fifth fastest for DS Penske ahead of Jaguar’s Nick Cassidy and Oliver Rowland in the Nissan.

Norman Nato was the lead Andretti in eighth. Stoffel Vandoorne was ninth fastest in the second DS Pesnke, and Jehan Daruvala rounded out the top ten for Maserati. However, the Indian driver has a 20-place grid drop for changing his gearbox before FP2.

Mitch Evans finished the session in 11th for Jaguar. The Kiwi was ahead of Antonio Felix Da Costa who topped the timesheets for Porsche in FP1.

Sergio Sette Camara was 13th for ERT ahead of Kelvin Van Der Linde who replaces Nico Muller at ABT Cupra.

Jordan King was 15th for Mahindra. The Brit is driving in place of Nyck De Vries. He was ahead of reigning champion Jake Dennis who was 16th for Andretti.

Sacha Fenestraz was 17th in the second Nissan. The Argentine was ahead of the McLaren pair of Jake Hughes and Taylor Barnard.

Paul Aron was 20th for Envision Racing with Dan Ticktum in 21st and Joel Eriksson who struggled in FP2 in 22nd.

Eriksson ran wide multiple times at Turns 3 and 4 and hit the wall, which caused a red flag for debris.