More important than the free practice, however, the training time was at noon on Thursday. For in each 20-minute practice, the grid positions for the two heats on Saturday were awarded.
In the first session were the amateur drivers of the team at the helm of their Gallardo, in the second session were the pros of the series. Training time a saw a triple success for the Lamborghini Gallardo. Christopher Haase secured with a lap time of 1.48,453 minutes for pole position in front of the brand-mate Alexander van der Lof (ARGO) and Albert von Thurn und Taxis against strong competitors like the Ferrari 430 Challenge GT3, Porsche 997 GT3 Cup, Corvette Z06 and Dodge Viper. Even more impressive results from the second qualifying session. Five of Lamborghini Gallardo occupied the first five grid positions for the second scoring run. This time, Jeroen Bleekemolen set the scene, the only conceivable Gianni Morbidelli and narrowly defeated Peter Kox. These three Gallardo were only 49 thousandths apart after a thrilling qualifying session.
Christophe Bouchut and Wolfgang Kaufmann completed the good result with the fourth and fifth fastest lap times. Race 1: Christopher Haase and Gianni Morbidelli were the dominant driver pairing in the first race. Haase continued his pole thanks to a good start in a flawless leadership, the surrender not only the 19-year-old bi an obligatory pit stop for driver change to Morbidelli. The Italian experience with Formula 1 was in second place again on the track. However, he could overpower the Porsche in front of him quickly and until the checkered flag up a lead of more than six seconds. Also on the podium landed Wolfgang Kaufmann / Alexander van der Lof the ARGO gallardo.