Hungary GP3: Daniil Kvyat quickest in practice

Red Bull protege Daniil Kvyat ended GP3 practice in Hungary at the head of the times for MW Arden

Hungary GP3: Daniil Kvyat quickest in practice

He had been quickest for the early part of the session, but was bumped off the top spot by Bamboo's Lewis Williamson.

Conor Daly was third fastest for ART, just ahead of team-mate Jack Harvey.

Robert Visoiu and Trident's Giovanni Venturini rounded out the top six.

It was a pretty uneventful session, but a spin by Bamboo's Carmen Jorda just four minutes from the end caused a couple of drivers to abort their potentially best laps.

Another driver left frustrated was MW Arden's Carlos Sainz Jr, who was forced off track as he was on a time that would have lifted him well up from the 16th place he ended the session.

Fresh from his encouraging Marussia Formula 1 test, points leader Tio Ellinas was back in 17th.

ART's Facu Regalia, second in the points, was seventh fastest.


Pos Driver              Team       Time       Gap      Laps
 1. Daniil Kvyat        MW Arden   1m33.448s          19
2. Lewis Williamson Bamboo 1m33.728s +0.280s 16
3. Conor Daly ART 1m33.860s +0.412s 17
4. Jack Harvey ART 1m34.073s +0.625s 17
5. Robert Visoiu MW Arden 1m34.082s +0.634s 19
6. Giovanni Venturini Trident 1m34.087s +0.639s 18
7. Facu Regalia ART 1m34.345s +0.897s 17
8. David Fumanelli Trident 1m34.771s +1.323s 17
9. Aaro Vainio Koiranen 1m34.886s +1.438s 15
10. Alex Fontana Jenzer 1m35.188s +1.740s 17
11. Jimmy Eriksson Status 1m35.249s +1.801s 19
12. Dino Zamparelli Manor 1m35.266s +1.818s 15
13. Melville McKee Bamboo 1m35.445s +1.997s 15
14. Emanuele Zonzini Trident 1m35.523s +2.075s 18
15. Nick Yelloly Carlin 1m35.763s +2.315s 18
16. Carlos Sainz Jr MW Arden 1m35.834s +2.386s 17
17. Tio Ellinas Manor 1m35.892s +2.444s 14
18. Ryan Cullen Manor 1m35.916s +2.468s 18
19. Kevin Korjus Koiranen 1m35.975s +2.527s 10
20. Patric Niederhauser Jenzer 1m36.098s +2.650s 13
21. Eric Lichtenstein Carlin 1m36.197s +2.749s 16
22. Patrick Kujala Koiranen 1m36.289s +2.841s 10
23. Adderly Fong Status 1m36.552s +3.104s 21
24. Samin Gomez Jenzer 1m36.636s +3.188s 16
25. Luis Sa Silva Carlin 1m36.745s +3.297s 18
26. Josh Webster Status 1m37.048s +3.600s 18
27. Carmen Jorda Bamboo 1m39.272s +5.824s 20
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