Second practice for the 6 Hours of Fuji went much the same way as the morning session, with Fernando Alonso and Sebastien Buemi topping the timesheets in the number 8 Toyota TS050 Hybrid with a 1:23.972 – albeit two seconds better than his best in opening practice.
The sister car of Kamui Kobayashi and Jose Maria Lopez could only manage a 1:25.068 to go second – six tenths ahead of the number 3 Rebellion entry of Mathias Beche. Both Rebellions rounded out the top five, only to be split by the number 4 SMP entry of Mikhail Aleshin.
Loose kerbing at turn three was once again proving an issue and proceeding were halted considerably until repairs could be made.
Signatech Alpine began to show a turn of speed in LMP2, with the number 9 entry of Nicolas Lapierre edging both Jackie Chan DC Racing entries of Ho-Pin Tung and Nabil Jeffri for the top spot.
LM GTE Pro saw a turn in form for Aston Martin, with the number 95 Vantage of Michael Sorensen heading the number 67 Ford Chip Ganassi entry of Andy Priaulx and number 71 AF Corse 488 of Davide Rigon.
Dempsey Proton took a clean sweep of LM GTE Am, with the Porsches of Satoshi Hoshino and Julien Andlauer leading the number 61 Clearwater Racing Ferrari of Matt Griffin.
Images: Richard Washbrooke Photography and eRacing Magazine
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