The DS Automobiles Race of France was won by Brock Kidd - signalling a return to form after a difficult period in the past few races - while championship leader Nick Addison, and fellow rival Felipe Cesar both failed to finish.
Brock Kidd bounced back well from his disappointment of retiring from the 250 Miles of Monaco by taking pole position for the DS Automobiles Course de France in a closely fought session.
The Rolex 250 Miles of Monaco was won in dominant fashion by Nick Addison, only briefly losing the lead after a late caution.
Nick Addison will start on pole position for the Rolex 250 Miles of Monaco, having pipped Triple Crown team mate Will Hoskins by just fourth hundredths of a second, with the pair over a second clear of the rest of the field.
Puccio Giodano ended practice on top for the second IndyVirtual Triple Crown race of 2017, the Rolex 250 Miles of Monaco, in a session that was stopped five times due to various incidents.