Following on from Oliver Jarvis' success at Zandvoort, Robbie Kerr proved a change of drivers was not affecting A1 Team Great Britain's momentum at Brno after securing a pair of third place starting positions.

Returning for his third season of A1 GP racing, Kerr was in contention in both qualifying sessions, but was unable to find the additional couple of tenths needed to get the nation onto pole position.

Indeed, while Kerr is confident he is in a good position come race day, he was frustrated that he was unable to come away with at least one pole position.

"Both the sprint and feature qualifying sessions went fairly well though we weren't exactly where we wanted to be - unless I'm on pole position, I'm not hundred per cent happy!

"We had a few issues earlier in the weekend with tyre graining but managed to fix this before qualifying. We will make a few minor adjustments ahead of tomorrow's races and I'm looking forward to going out there and challenging for some serious points."



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