MG's Andrew Jordan has emerged from the second and final Britsh Touring Car Championship practice session of the weekend as the fastest driver of all at Snetterton.

The Triple Eight Racing driver saved his best lap of the afternoon until last and went to the top of the timesheets with a 1 minute 56.543 second lap around the East Anglian circuit.

The 2013 BTCC champion's time was marginally quicker than the previous session's fastest, which was set by BMW's Andy Priaulx.

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Midway through the 40 minute session, Aiden Moffat brought out the red flag when his Mercedes A-Class went off the circuit between turns one and two.

Once the session was restarted, Team BMR cemented their position at the top of the times with Jason Plato, Aron Smith and Colin Turkington all sitting at the top in perfect formation as the chequered flag fell.

But Jordan's last gasp effort defeated the current best of Plato by exactly four-hundredths. Turkington also bettered his team mates time to go second, leaving the 92-time race winner third ahead of Smith in fourth.

Turkington moving into second during the final embers of the running meant the three was covered by just 0.040's despite it being the longest lap on the BTCC calendar.

WSR's Andy Priaulx wasn't quite able to match his FP1 exploits but the triple World Champion's fifth fastest time suggests the BMW 1 Series is once again a force to be reckoned with.

Triple Eight's Jack Goff was the second MG6 GT to make the top six ahead of Tom Ingram and Dave Newsham in seventh and eighth.

As was case in FP1, WSR's Rob Collard finished on the outskirts of the top-ten in ninth while Team Dynamics' Matt Neal was the top factory Honda effort in tenth.