Kamui Kobayashi closed out the final warm-up session ahead of the 24 Hours of Le Mans fastest for Toyota, heading up a one-two finish for the Japanese manufacturer.

Following his charge to pole position on Thursday night in the #7 Toyota TS050 Hybrid, Kobayashi continued his spell at the head of the timesheets by leading the way in the 45-minute warm-up at the Circuit de la Sarthe on Saturday morning.

Kobayashi managed to turn in a fastest lap time of 3m19.647s, beating the benchmark set by co-driver Jose Maria Lopez earlier in the session to secure top spot.

While running in the #7 Toyota was cycled between Kobayashi, Lopez and Mike Conway, the sister #8 Toyota was only driven by Sebastien Buemi through warm-up, with the Swiss driver ending the session one second off the fastest time in P2. Co-drivers Kazuki Nakajima and Fernando Alonso did not feature in the session.

Rebellion Racing took third with the #3 R13 Gibson ahead of the pair of SMP Racing entries in fourth and fifth, while DragonSpeed took sixth place with its #10 BR Engineering BR1 Gibson car.

Jean-Eric Vergne led G-Drive Racing to the head of the field in LMP2, recording an early lap of 3m28.763s to finish 1.4 seconds clear of TDS Racing's #28 Oreca 07 Gibson in second place, while Signatech Alpine Matmut completed the top three in class.

Kevin Estre set the pace in GTE-Pro behind the wheel of the #92 Porsche 911 RSR, finishing one second clear of Ford's Harry Tincknell and AF Corse's Sam Bird, while Gulf Racing topped GTE-Am through Ben Barker in its #86 Porsche.

The 24 Hours of Le Mans begins at 2pm BST on Saturday.