Giovinazzi’s #51 499P Le Mans Hypercar dipped below the benchmark time set in opening observe by Sebastien Buemi’s #8 Toyota GR010 LMH, posting a greatest lap of 2m01.871s.
That proved 1.278s quicker than Molina within the second Ferrari, which spent a lot of the primary half of the session within the storage earlier than its 2m03.149s lap.
Earl Bamber put the #2 Chip Ganassi Racing-run Cadillac V-Collection.R LMDh third with a 2m003.338s early within the 90-minute session earlier than the primary of two purple flags triggered as two Hypercars hit bother.
The sister Ganassi #3 Cadillac which is contesting the complete IMSA SportsCar Championship season and making a WEC cameo at Spa stopped on observe in Renger van der Zande’s arms concurrently Dane Cameron’s #5 Penske-run Porsche 963 LMDh misplaced energy.
The second works Porsche additionally misplaced observe time as Andre Lotterer stopped the #6 machine with hybrid issues.
Ryo Hirakawa improved to fourth within the lead #8 Toyota shortly earlier than the second purple flag brought on by an incident involving the GTE Am Ferrari 488 GTE Evos of Thomas Flohr and Diego Alessi at Raidillon.
The Japanese logged a 2m04.380s which was 2.509s off the outright tempo and over a second slower than its FP1 effort.
#2 Cadillac Racing Cadillac V-Collection.R – Hybrid: Earl Bamber, Alex Lynn, Richard Westbrook
Photograph by: Paul Foster
The second Toyota, the #7 wherein Kamui Kobayashi managed a 2m05.729s, was 3.858s down on the Ferrari in seventh however comfortably away from Nico Muller’s #94 Peugeot and Jota’s buyer 963.
A 2m06.711s lap from Ye Yifei was 2.337s quicker than the automotive managed in Will Stevens’ arms in FP1 because the staff continues to blood in its newly-arrived machine following its preliminary shakedown at Weissach final week.
The Portuguese, who returns to the cockpit after lacking the final spherical in Portimao on IMSA obligation at Lengthy Seaside, couldn’t match the 2m06.108s lap from 2022 outright podium finisher Frijns.
Previous to Flohr’s crash, Davide Rigon had moved the #54 AF Corse Ferrari to the pinnacle of the GTE Am timesheets with a 2m15.736s lap.
His fellow manufacturing unit driver Daniel Serra settled into second, 1.050s in arrears, aboard the #57 Kessel Racing machine whereas Riccardo Pera (GR Racing) put one of the best of the Porsches third.