Niels Langeveld and Frederic Vervisch topped the time sheets for Comtoyou Racing.
Daniel Lloyd held on to secure his second race victory in TCR Europe this season.
Andreas Backman secured pole position for Race One, while Daniel Lloyd will benefit from the reversed grid in Race Two.
Andreas Backman has lost his victory from Race One after his car failed scrutineering.
Daniel Lloyd went quickest of all as he and Tom Coronel set the pace for Honda.
Slippery conditions and slick tyres made for a highly eventful race in Austria.
Johan Kristoffersson was fastest of all in the final practice session before qualifying kicks off.
The Cyan Racing Lynk & Co quartet were the fastest cars in qualifying, however they’ve paid the price with an immediate balance of performance downgrade.
Thed Bjork finished in 2nd place, sandwiched in-between the Argentine Munnich Motorsport team-mates, Esteban Guerrieri and Nestor Girolami.
With a totally refreshed driver and team line-up compared to last year, it’s all change for Cupra in this year’s World Touring Car Cup.
WTCR driver Tom Coronel has confirmed that he will rejoin Boutsen-Ginion Racing to compete in the 2019 TCR Europe Touring Car Series alongside his 2019 FIA World Touring Car Cup (WTCR) campaign