James Calado grabbed top spot in final seconds of the first GP3 free practice session of the weekend at the Hungaroring.
The Briton was one of the final cars across the line before the checkered flag, and that meant that his lap was the last of the significant runners. Lewis Williamson and Tom Dillmann had both enjoyed very brief spells at the top, but Calado then put a significant chunk of time between himself and the field with his final lap.
Nigel Melker took fourth after sitting in first place for much of the session. The RSC Mucke driver was leading the way when the session was stopped halfway through for a scary-looking accident for Luciano Bacheta, which involved his car climbing the barrier and rolling.
The Briton got out of the car and walked to the ambulance though, and when the session restarted it left several drivers with little time to set any meaningful lap times.
Adrian Quaife-Hobbs briefly knocked Melker back to second, but the former championship leader responded with two minutes to go. He held on until the final few seconds, when the best times from the top three pushed him down to fourth.