His lap time of 1:15.014 was half a second faster than his closest competition, in the 2 Lopez Cars. Harding and van Snelheid were withing 3 tenths of each other all session, but in the end van Snelheld was able to set a 1:15.563 on his mediums, just 0.031 faster than his Australian teammate. Both drivers were using the Medium tyres.
Behind them, Romano Agostino was tossing his FUN around on the Super-Softs, and he was able to bank a very strong 1:16.682, the last car within a second of Harrison's time. Behind him, Wagner and Beckenbauer ran withing a tenth of each other on the Softs, with Wagner winning out to nab 5th place in the session.
DS looked to be taking today a little easier, with both Simon and Inman running the Hard tyres, and they ended up 7th and 11th respectively. In between them lay Carson Davenport, who despite running the Super-Softs was almost a second off his teammate's pace, Marcus Thunder and Jean Mattson on Softs and Mediums respectively. Both Thunder and Mattson also lapped the circuit half a second quicker than their teammates, Powers ended up 12th and Milkovich 13th.
2014 Champion Enrique Ruiz took a different pathway to his teammate today, lapping a 1:18.205 to end the session 14th fastest on the Hard compound. Douglas Bacon almost pipped him at the end of the session, but fell 1 thousandth of a second away. Between him and his teammate sat Alexsy Nowosinki for North Star, who on the same compound as teammate Sikes on Day 3, could only managed a 1:18.424, half a second slower than his Russian teammate.
Westwood finally jumped off the bottom of the table, albeit by 1 position, as Will Hoskins dramatically improved his pace on the Hard tyres to complete a lap at 1:18.866. He led home Jarod Lindsey in the AMR who never looked to push to its full potential.
Today concluded the 4 day test at Estoril, as the teams pack their bags and fly to Melbourne for the opening V-Prix of the 2016 Season. We'll see you then!
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