BMW's Augusto Farfus has emerged from the final DTM free practice session of the weekend quickest of all as Team RBM lockout the top two positions with Britain's Tom Blomqvist following through in second at Zandvoort.

The Team RBM duo were the only driver's to dip under the 1 minute 32 barrier, each bettering their Friday efforts by half-a-second.

Farfus was the first of the pair to make a move when his 1 minute 31.518 second lap displaced the previous best, held by Audi's Adrien Tambay, by almost six-tenths.

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Blomqvist saved his best effort until the last few minutes of session with a 1 minute 31.780 second lap, completing a convincing Team RBM one-two.

Team MTEK's Antonio Felix da Costa maintained his promising practice performance in third position, also completing a 1-2-3 result for the BMW M4.

Next up in fourth was championship leader Jamie Green. The Team Rosberg driver set an identical time to that of Da Costa but posted his effort minutes after the BMW runner.

Ultimately, the times set from third to tenth could only be separated by little over one-tenth. Paul di Resta was the top Mercedes runner in fifth ahead of ART Grand Prix's Lucas Auer in sixth.

ART Grand Prix's Auer and Gary Paffett had caught everyone's attention midway through the session after the pair produced a remarkable sequence of quick laps within thousandths of each other - topping the table in the process.

As it was, Paffett's time gradually tumbled to ninth behind Audi's Miguel Molina and Timo Scheider.

Team Abt's Tambay eventually dropped down the order to tenth ahead of defending champion Marco Wittmann in eleventh.