Sebastien Bourdais put Peugeot on top of this morning's warm-up for the Le Mans 24 Hours.
Audi set the pace for much of the session, until the former grand prix driver put in a 3m27.228s lap as the session ended.
Polesitter Benoit Treluyer was the quickest of the three Audis, which took second, third and fourth, with a time of 3m28.626s. Rinaldo Capello and Allan McNish were both on comparable laps, but pitted.
The fastest gasoline runner was the No. 20 Quifel-ASM Zytek in 3m37.675s, while the No. 26 LMP2 pole-sitting Signatech Nissan again led the smaller prototype class.
AF Corse and BMW continued their battle at the top of GTE-Pro. This time the #51 Ferrari 458 of Gianmaria Bruni, Giancarlo Fisichella and Toni Vilander was quickest, from the No. 56 and 55 BMW M3s.
The top two in GTE-Am set exactly the same time. The No. 57 Krohn Racing Ferrari 430 being matched by the No. 60 Aston Martin on 4m05.036s.