Stuart Middleton has become the first driver to take a second pole position in the Ginetta Junior Championship this season after topping the timesheets at Croft.
Middleton edged out championship leader Will Tregurtha for the top spot, with the former being the only driver in the field to break the 1m 40s barrier.
A close fought session saw only a tenth of a second split the drivers from third to seventh, with Dave Wooder and Seb Perez occupying the second row of the grid.
Seb Priaulx was the fastest rookie in the field in fifth overall as he targets double success this weekend, with his father Andy competing in the Le Mans 24 Hours.
Charlie Fagg, Daniel Harper, Olli Caldwell and Tom Gamble were next up, the result marking an impressive performance for Caldwell on his series debut with JHR Developments.
Enzo Fittipaldi completed the top ten for his best qualifying performance of the season so far ahead of Kyle Hornby, Cameron Roberts, Lewis Brown and Geri Nicosia.
Full qualifying results can be found here.