Karl Beckenbauer will start from pole position at the Malaysian Grand Prix for the second season in a row, after snatching the fastest time away from Will Hoskins in the dying seconds of the session.
Once again it has been Liverpool Grand Prix who proved to be the fastest car, however this time the team had stiff competition from Franklin F1. While Will Hoskins was second fastest his teammate Enrique Ruiz qualified in third. Last race pole setter Adrien Simon was fourth fastest.
Marcus Thunder impressed setting a stunning lap in the dying seconds and only missing out on fourth by just under two hundredths of a second. Enzo Domenicalli was the highest Rossi after setting the sixth fastest time of the session. Westwood driver Tumo Kinnumen was seventh fastest ahead of Romano Agostino of Fun F1. Reigning world champion managed to set the ninth fastest lap time while edging out Puccio Giodano who ultimately had to settle for tenth place.
Elroy Wagner was the highest placed Team 23 in eleventh place, while Carson Davenport was twelfth for Lucas Grand Prix. Peugeot F1 Team had a disappointing session with their best time only best for fourteenth fastest in the hands of Lewis Ellington. Nikolai Milkovich set the fifteenth quickest time for Ingram. Felix Beyer was eighteenth for Force Australia however his teammate Gerard Alaniz who was twenty first fastest will be demoted to last after his ten place grid penalty. This will mean Warrior Racing are safe from locking out the back row, after James Harding and Michal Kubat could only manage the slowest two times of the day.
While the qualifying session remained dry throughout, the weather forecasts predict rain at some point in tomorrows race. This may be good news to Liverpool's rivals who aim to stop the team from taking two wins in a row.