Maximilian Gunther sealed a hat-trick of FIA Formula 3 European Championship pole positions at the Hungaroring by beating rookie team-mate Ralf Aron in second qualifying.
The 18-year-old German, who after the first session?clinched race one pole when George Russell had his best time deleted, set a best lap of 1m33.614s, outpacing Aron by 0.164 seconds.
Red Bull Junior Sergio Sette Camara took third ahead of Motopark team-mate and Ferrari protege Guan Yu Zhou.
Russell took fifth ahead of Nick Cassidy, who faces an uphill task to defend his championship lead from Gunther this weekend. Alessio Lorandi, Ben Barnicoat, Lance Stroll and Niko Kari completed the top 10.
Having his second-best time deleted for a track limits transgression means Aron will start only 11th for race three, with Sette Camara instead joining Gunther on the front row.
Russell takes third ahead of Zhou, Cassidy and Barnicoat. Joel Eriksson, Stroll, Harrison Newey and Ryan Tveter complete the top 10.