Lewis Willamson continued his and the MW Arden squad's domination of GP3 testing at the Hungaroring by topping the final day's running.
The British driver had been quickest on the first day of action at the Hungarian Grand Prix venue, but knocked another second off his best lap during the morning to set the pace in 1m37.528s – a time that would not be beaten for the rest of the day.
Most drivers set their best times in the morning as the afternoon session was cut short due to the onset of rain. Nico Muller, who had held the top spot until Williamson knocked him back, was 0.233sec slower in his Jenzer car while James Calado, Mitch Evans and Adrian Quaife-Hobbs completed the top five for ART, MW Arden and Manor, respectively.
Alexander Sims was the best of the three Status drivers in sixth while Conor Daly turned in the best performance of the test by a Carlin driver in seventh.
The top 10 was completed by Tom Dillmann (Addax), Simon Trummer (MW Arden) and Valtteri Bottas (ART). Bottas was the quickest driver during the afternoon, although his time was 0.9sec off Williamson's morning pace.