The final qualifying session of the day was perhaps the most easily predictable pole of the lot but the E-Pole format does tend to throw in the occasional surprise. Eric Granado taking pole was hardly a surprise after the speed he showed in practice and testing and despite a bit of a moment at the final turn, his advantage was big enough that he could afford that and still took pole by two tenths of a second. Lukas Tulovic was the second fastest man of the afternoon and perhaps the big surprise of the front row was rookie Fermín Aldeguer, who ended the session quicker than the other big favourite from practice, Dominique Aegerter. The Swiss rider opens row two ahead of Alessandro Zaccone and reigning cup winner Jordi Torres.
Mattia Casadei, Xavi Cardelus and Maria Herrera make up row three, with Miquel Pons joining the top ten for his first qualifying in the class. Matteo Ferrari, the first cup victor in 2019, made a pretty unlucky start in Jerez, exceeding track limits on his E-Pole lap and having to start from the back of the grid.