Bergér on track to make history
The German pilot set a time of 53.812s – the only pilot to fly sub-45s in Qualifying. His great friend and rival Daniel Ryfa was second on the timesheet, just 0.296s behind Bergér, showing that this Championship is anything but over.
Kevin Coleman was third with a time of 54.877s, just over one second slower than Bergér. Baptiste Vignes, who had topped two FP sessions, was unable to repeat his performance and found himself in fourth, 1.104s behind the session leader.
Luke Czepiela, who is second in the standings was unable to scare the top of the timesheet with a penalty stricken run. His final time was 55.138s, and included a two second penalty for flying too high in the Start Gate.
The Challenger Cup finale takes off at 11:45 local tomorrow morning. Catch all the action HERE.