Audi driver Robin Frijns completed a clean sweep of DTM pole positions at the Lausitzring after topping second qualifying on Sunday.
BMW drivers led the 20-minute qualifying session early on, with Philipp Eng setting the first competitive time of 1m16.871s to move atop the leaderboard.
That was bettered by first Lucas Auer and then Marco Wittmann, before Muller put Audi at the head of the timesheets with a 1m16.032s.
When the second runs began, reigning champion Rene Rast became the first driver to break the 1m16s barrier, lapping in 1m15.911s to take provisional pole.
Muller improved by 0.059s to snatch back the top spot, only for Frijns to go even quicker with a 1m15.787s on his last attempt to score his third pole position in four races.
The top three remain unchanged thereafter, with Muller qualifying second ahead of Rast – the trio separated by just over a tenth of a second.
Fresh from securing his first points finish of the year in Race 1, Ferdinand Habsburg qualified his WRT-run customer RS5 in an impressive fourth position, ahead of the factory Audis of Loic Duval and Mike Rockenfeller.
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