Three drivers shared the available pole positions at the Monza F1 circuit, with Petecof snatching in the first session when he demoted Pasma on the final lap, though the Finn took his revenge in the second session, while Leclerc set the best second time to claim pole for Race 3.
In qualifying at Monza the Patrick Pasma (KIC Motorsport) was immediately at ease, spending the first session in the lead until the very last lap when Gianluca Petecof (PREMA Powerteam) pipped him at the cheqeuered flag to take pole (1:48.105) just 79 thousandths of a second ahead, with Arthur Leclerc (PREMA Powerteam) in third, a little more detached with a gap of 0.229 seconds. Fourth was Oliver Rasmussen (PREMA Powerteam), while fifth was an extraordinary result for Gillian Henrion (Gillian Track Events).
In qualifying 2, Pasma set the fastest time with a 1:47.097, ahead of Rasmussen, Petecof, Leclerc, Pierre-Louis Chovet (Van Amersfoort Racing) and Konsta Lappalainen (KIC Motorsport).
Leclerc managed to join the other two polemen thanks to an excellent second best time overall with a 1:47.243.