Porsche completed its dominance of the pre-season World Endurance Championship 'prologue' test by locking out the top two positions on day two at Paul Ricard.

The German manufacturer, which is looking to mount a title challenge in its second season with the 919 Hybrid, captured the top time courtesy of Neel Jani in the #18 car, his effort just four hundredths quicker than counterpart Timo Bernhard in the sister #17 machine.

Though slightly slower than Friday's benchmark, it still meant Jani and Porsche ended the LMP1 test quickest overall.

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Retaining their positions from day one, Audi filled spots three and four with the R18 e-tron, the #7 machine of Marcel Fassler heading up the #8 car driven by Loic Duval.

Defending champions Toyota followed up in fifth and sixth with the revised TS040 Hybrid, though the team was responsible for an early stop to proceedings when Mike Conway was involved in an incident with the AF Corse Ferrari of Toni Vilander.

In the competitive LMP2 class, G-Drive topped the timesheets on Saturday with Gustavo Yacaman at the wheel, though it wasn't enough to unseat Nick Tandy in the KCMG Oreca from the overall two-day timesheets.

In the GTE category, Aston Martin was fastest with GP2 race winner Marco Sorensen driving on the day, while Stuart Hall's effort from Friday was quickest overall in the sister GTE Am category V8 Vantage