Nathaniel Powers was fastest in practice ahead of this weekends Austrian V-Prix, but team mate Klaas van Snelheid was less than half a tenth behind in a session that was dominated by wet weather.
Oleksandr Zozulya continued FIRST's strong recent form with third fastest, just over four tenths off the pace, ahead of Lewis Ellington impressing for Holmqvist in fourth ahead of DS Mathershaw duo Adrien Simon and Allar Kangur.
Hugh Dwyer put in a strong performance on his return to the series with seventh ahead of Tumo Kinnumen. Finn Schnyder made it two Westwood's in the top ten as the pair sandwiched Puccio Giodano in ninth, with Franklin disappointed in their days running after Enrique Ruiz could only manage fifteenth fastest.
Despite the poor conditions, remarkably there were no notable incidents aside from the odd spin. The weather is meant to clear up for qualifying tomorrow and be dry for the race on Sunday, though the final day of action may start wet - affecting the FV2 sprint race.
See below for full practice classification: