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.
The session was between the pair of them from the very start, with the pole-sitter from the last Triple Crown round - Nathaniel Powers - their closest challenger in third, 1.138 seconds away from the fastest time.
The winner of the first ever Triple Crown race - Felix Beyer - will start fourth, ahead of Enzo Domenicalli and Kip Maxwell. Marcus Thunder heads up the fourth row ahead of Hugh Dwyer - for whom Monaco will be his last IndyVirtual race ahead of a return to Formula Virtual with Holmqvist - while Yakumi Takahashi makes it three Morley cars in the top nine and Will Taylor rounds out the top ten.
After a drama-filled wet practice session yesterday, qualifying was dry with only one incident that was covered by double yellow-flags when former championship leader Brock Kidd hit the wall on the outside of Massenet. With the incident coming early on in the session he had no chance to improve and will start only twenty-sixth.
See below for full qualifying classification:
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