Second place went to Thomas Jäger, 0.317 seconds from the pole-winning time.
Both Continental GT3s qualify in top 20
The #26 BMW Z4 GT3, qualified by Augusto Farfus, starts on pole.
Pierre Kaffer best Audi driver in final qualifying
The second qualifying session for the Nurburgring 24 Hours has concluded with five different manufacturers in the top five positions ahead of today’s pole position shootout.
Davide Rigon, Steve Wyatt and Michele Rugolo took their 458 Italia GT3 to fourth on the grid.
Laurens Vanthoor stunned Mount Panorama on qualifying for the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour.
Audi and Lamborghini to start endurance event from the front row.
The team’s second entry will start P10 in the Pro-Am class.
Malucelli put the No. 4 Ferrari 458 Italia GT3 on point for the 24 hour event at Barcelona.
The Sepang 12-Hour Endurance will flag off at 12 noon Saturday, 30 August.
Maxime Martin, in the #25 BMW Z4 GT3 he shares with Jörg Müller, Uwe Alzen and Marco Wittmann, set an 8:13.497 for second position.
Christian Mamerow third-fastest with Phoenix Racing.
Qualifying for the race takes place over two two-hour qualifying sessions followed by a shoot-out for the fastest 30.
The lineup for the 24 Hours of the Nürburgring has been set.
The top-30 shootout is set to take place at 5:10pm, local time.
Maximilian Buhk put the No. 1 Hofor Racing Mercedes-Benz (#1, Michael Kroll/Roland Eggimann/Kenneth Heyer/Christiaan Frankenhout) on pole in qualifying.
The 6 Hours race served mainly as a real-life test and to qualify all drivers ahead of the 24 Hours in June.