Krohn Racing will start the second round of the 2015 United Sports Car Championship - the Sebring 12 Hours - from pole position as three P2 cars filled the top four positions.

Having been quickest in free practice, Olivier Pla was once again the man to beat in qualifying at the wheel of the Judd-powered Ligier JS P2, the Frenchman stopping the clock at 1min 51.152secs to prove comfortably quickest ahead of the 12 hour race.

Sharing the car with owner-driver Tracy Krohn and Nic Jonsson - who will campaign the car in the European Le Mans Series this season - Pla's efforts headlined a strong day for the P2 contingent, with the still developing HPD ARX-04b qualifying an impressive second in the hands of ESM's Ryan Dalziel, making it an all prototype front row.

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The Action Express Corvette of Joao Barbosa, Christian Fittipaldi and Sebastien Bourdais head up the best of the DP cars in third place, with the Michael Shank Racing Ligier P2 joining it on the second row in fourth place.

In the PC class, Martin Plowman gave BAR1 Motorsport the edge with pole position in 11th overall, while Porsche struck back in the GTLM class to qualify 1-2 courtesy of Frederic Makowiecki.