Jenzer Motorsport's Nico Muller took pole for today's GP3 Series race at the Hungaroring after topping an extraordinary qualifying session this morning.
On a track washed clean by overnight rain, Muller set a best lap of 1m36.991s, and series leader Esteban Gutierrez (ART) responded by posting an identical time, with Muller getting the nod by virtue of having set the time first.
Tech 1's Stefano Coletti continued his good form from the previous round in Germany by going third quickest ahead of Status' Robert Wickens; the top four drivers were covered by 0.0 sec.
Four drivers will be affected by grid penalties, with Carlin's Dean Smith set to lose one place for taking the checkered flag twice in yesterday's practice session, dropping him from fifth to sixth.
Status' Ivan Lukashevich will be docked three places for ignoring yellow flags in practice, while Tech 1's Doru Sechelariu and Mucke's Tobias Hegewald, who qualified sixth and eighth respectively, will each lose 10 places for causing accidents in the previous round at Hockenheim.