It was Jordan Love in the Harrolds Volante Rosso Mercedes-AMG GT that was first into the 2:03s, taking the top spot with a 2:03.35. Feeney was the only other driver to make it into the 2:03s during the session, missing out on the fastest time by 0.0350s with a 2:03.39 for second.
Slade improved to a 2:04.09 to be third fastest, and with the grid determined by the aggregate of Pro and Am lap times, this was good enough to score he and Schumacher pole for tomorrow's race.
The Fanatec GT World Challenge Australia powered by AWS is part of the inaugural Supercheap Auto Bathurst International at Mount Panorama this weekend. Bathurst locals have been given free access to the event, with coverage live and ad-free on Stan Sport Australia.
The GT World Challenge Race start is 10:40am tomorrow morning.