At the discontinue of the 20-minute LMP qualifying session it became once Revolt Racing who will inaugurate at the pinnacle of the self-discipline for the 2d prance in a row after claiming the total pole space for tomorrows Bapco 8 Hours of Bahrain.  It became once a Porsche 1-2 in LMGTE Pro with the no91 911 RSR-19 at the pinnacle of the GT grid.

Bruno Senna and Norman Nato assign presumably the most handy moderate lap of 1m42.979s in the no1 Revolt Racing R13-Gibson with Senna environment a scintillating total fastest time of 1m42.396 in opening minutes of the session.  The no5 Team LNT Ginetta-AER locations 2d as Charlie Robertson and Ben Hanley assign a median proper 0.144s off the pole.  Toyota-Gazoo Racing will inaugurate third and fourth as no8 TS 050 HYBRID proper heads sister no7 vehicle.

LMGTE Pro sees pole space prance to no91 Porsche 911 RSR-19 as Richard Lietz and Gianmaria Bruni issue their 2d pole of the season.  The Austrian/Italian teammates moderate 1m55.485, with Lietz environment fastest total lap time of 1m55.342s.  

Porsche issue a 1-2 with the no92 vehicle of reigning world champions Michael Christensen and Kevin Estre taking 2d space, proper 0.060s at the relieve of their stablemates.  AF Corse space third and fourth as the no51 488 heads the no71 Ferrari GTE Evo.

United Autosports claimed their first ever LMP2 WEC pole space with British duo Paul di Resta and Phil Hanson environment a median lap time of 1m45.357s, with Di Resta claiming the total quickest LMP2 lap of 1m44.869s.  

Jackie Chan DC Racing duo of Will Stevens and Gabriel Aubry qualify proper 0.3s off class pole sitters, with G-Power Racing will inaugurate their first WEC prance of the season from third space in the Aurus 01-Gibson.

In LMGTE Am the no57 Team Project 1 Porsche took its first pole of the season, with Larry Ten Voorde and Ben Keating combining to assign a median lap of 1m57.602s.  Ten Voorde claimed fastest total lap with a 1m57.089s effort, with the no54 AF Corse Ferrari finishing the 20 minute session in 2d as Giancarlo Fisichella and Thomas Flohr, proper before the no88 Dempsey Proton Porsche with Khaled Al Qubaisi and Thomas Preining environment the time.

The Bapco 8 Hours of Bahrain will get underway at 15h00 (local) / 13h00 CET on Saturday afternoon with the chequered flag as a result of proven at 23h00 after the solar has assign.

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