GT4: TGR Indonesia sets the pace in first dry running at Okayama

GT4: TGR Indonesia sets the pace in first dry running at Okayama

Result: GT4 Official Practice 2

Seita Nonaka set two laps fast enough for top spot in GT4 Japan's second practice session at Okayama.

The Toyota Gazoo Racing Indonesia Supra he shares with Haridarma Manoppo posted a 1m37.524s on its final flying lap to end up 0.315s faster than Akiland Racing's similar machine. The two cars were briefly separated by just three thousandths of a second before Nonaka improved again next time around.

Masayoshi Oyama and Ryohei Sakaguchi retained second from CREF Motor Sport's brand new McLaren Artura, which bounced back from missing this morning's session. Masataki Inoue set the time.

Practice 1 pace setters and championship leaders YZ Racing with BMW M Team Studie finished eight tenths down in fourth, while Comet Racing's Mercedes-AMG rounded out Silver-Am's continent.

D'station beat Checkshop Caymania Racing to the fastest Am time.

Dry and bright conditions meant lap times where significantly quicker than those set during Thursday's testing and this morning's first official session.

GT4's two 15-minute qualifying sessions, which set the grids for both standalone races, begin at 09:27 tomorrow.