SEAT continued to lead the way in the World Touring Car Championship's first visit to the Marrakech street circuit with Rickard Rydell and Yvan Muller each topping one of Saturday's free practice sessions.
The five factory turbo diesel Leons filled the first five places in both sessions, with Rydell just edging out Muller in the quicker morning run.
Gabriele Tarquini was the only driver to join Rydell and Muller in the 1m49s, with Jordi Gene and Tiago Monteiro a couple of tenths further back.
Times were slower in the afternoon session as most drivers elected not use a new set of tyres, and Muller led the way from Tarquini, Gene, Monteiro and Rydell.
Tom Coronel was just two tenths shy of the works cars by the end of practice in his independent, petrol-powered Leon, while the Chevrolet Cruze proved to be the closest challenger to SEAT's domination.
Alain Menu was sixth this morning and seventh this afternoon, with his team-mates Rob Huff and Nicola Larini taking a turn each to join him inside the top 10.
No BMW has been within one second of the front-running pace all day, with Jorg Muller closest in eighth place this morning.
The quickest BMW this afternoon was the independent car of Franz Engstler in ninth, with Muller 10th and again the fastest of the works cars.
Times to follow