Inman's gap to his team mate was nearly six tenths of a second, while the Australian V-Prix winner and championship leader Johan Halvosen will start third with a time just over eight tenths slower than the pole lap. James Harding lines up fourth ahead of his team mate Jochem van Snelheid, who continues his run of fifth places in Formula Virtual sessions.
Enrique Ruiz set the sixth quickest time - albeit one and half seconds away from pole - but will start eleventh due to his five place grid penalty. That promotes Jean Mattson to sixth, Karl Beckenbauer to seventh and Stuart Harrison to eighth, though even that was of no consolation to the very disappointed American. Nikolai Milkovich rounded out the top ten in qualifying and will start ninth, with Giodano the last driver to gain from Ruiz's problems.
Elroy Wagner was another driver disappointed with his qualifying in twelfth ahead of three pairs of team mates, AMR - Beyer leading Ellington, FUN - Davenport ahead of Agostino and Westwood with Kinnumen beating Hoskins.
Marcus Thunder was nineteenth fastest with Judson Sikes best of the new teams in twentieth, with both him and Arden Hutchinson from the new outfits ahead of Nathaniel Powers in the Downton. Aleksy Nowosinki will head Douglas Bacon on row twelve, while Holmqvist lock out the final row of the grid, Aron Einarsson ahead of Kiara Thunder.
Conditions tomorrow are expected to continue being warm and dry, though with a very low risk of scattered light showers.
Full qualifying results are below with a grid confirming tyre choices ahead of the race.