Lewis Ellington was just over half a second down on his time from yesterday but remained in the top three, clearly establishing himself as an early title favourite despite causing the days final red flag after crashing late on.
Michal Kubat returned to racing with the fourth fastest time for Grip Autosport ahead of Brits Will Taylor and Callum Brandon. It was another difficult day for Morley as Daniel Bruner only achieved 7 laps before breaking down on track and causing the first of two red flags, though he ended the day seventh fastest.
Rodrigo Sanchez was one thousandth slower in eighth ahead of Drake Davies and Jamie Gerrard as Signature Performance once again found themselves towards the bottom of the times. Bringing up the foot of the table was Dino Palma - who has taken over the Formation Competition entry from Marcus Thunder.
Drivers scheduled to run tomorrow may be in for a tricky day as heavy rain is predicted throughout, though it will give teams amble opportunity to gain wet weather data.
See full times from day two below:
Lancashire Racing Team
Sapporo Team Morley