Championship leader Dennis Hauger collects his third pole position in the sixth round of the season, beating the confident David Schumacher to catch up with the title bid.
The whole grid witnessed a dramatic qualifying session in Zandvoort, as Dennis Hauger pulled out a thrilling performance in the last two remaining minutes of the session, preventing David Schumacher from securing his maiden pole position.
Schumacher confidently sets an impressively quick time with a 1:24.715 before Hauger sliced the time down to 1:24.580, just over a tenth of a second faster than the Trident driver.
The German driver will be joining Hauger in the front row with MP Motorsport’s Victor Martins, who completed the session in third fastest.
The Trident pairing, Jack Doohan and Clement Novalak made it inside the top 5 for the team, despite Martins breaking the chains by taking the third place away from the duo in the final laps.
Caio Collet will start in sixth for MP Motorsport as he holds on to his position throughout the session ahead of Hitech’s Jak Crawford in seventh.
ART’s Alexander Smolyar will be starting the race on Sunday in eighth, followed by Crawford’s teammate Ayumu Iwasa in ninth and Arthur Leclerc in the tenth place for PREMA Racing.
Amaury Cordeel will be starting the first race of the Dutch Grand Prix from pole position ahead of Charouz Racing’s Logan Sargeant and PREMA Racing’s Arthur Leclerc.
Race 1 will emerge at 10.35 local times
|25||Tjimen Van Der Helm||1:26.261|
|27||Juan Manuel Correa||1:26.409|