Felix Rosenqvist has grabbed his second pole position of the weekend at Hockenheim after going fastest in qualifying two for round two of the FIA European Formula 3 championship.

The second qualifying session determines the start grid for race two, and each driver's second quickest time is used to sort the order for race three, with the Prema Powerteam driver dominating once again.

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Despite a wet Hockenheim track Rosenqvist guided his car to P1 with a 1m 49.630s, over two-tenths of a second faster than Van Amersfoort Racing's Charles Leclerc. His pole position in qualifying two means the Swedish driver is yet to be knocked off the top spot on the timesheet at any point this weekend.

Mucke Motorsport's Maximilian Gunter will start at the head of the second row, joined by rookie Callum Ilott, while championship leader Antonio Giovinazzi completes the top five.

The entire Euro F3 field was running over 15 seconds down on Thursday's fastest lap times due to the slippery conditions and the session was delayed by five minutes on Friday morning.

A red flag prematurely halted the 20 minute qualifying session with Rosenqvist on top but once the session restarted none of the drivers were able to topple the Swede.

Prema Powerteam duo Lance Stroll and Jake Dennis will begin race two in sixth and seven respectively while Alexander Albon, Markus Pommer and Santino Ferrucci round out the top ten.