Kevin Magnussen has set his sights on another top five qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix having been unable to capitalise on his second row start in Germany.

With Red Bull, Ferrari, Williams and McLaren fairly evenly matched inside the top ten following second free practice, Danish rookie Magnussen was an encouraging fifth quickest, seven tenth faster than team-mate Jenson Button.

Having started fourth in Germany a week earlier, Magnussen is hoping he can strive for a similar qualifying result around the Hungaroring too, but accepts the competition will be strong.

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"If we can sneak into the top five then great, but it will be difficult. Our pace in Germany was P5. If we can do the same here then that will be very good, but at the moment we are around P6.

"The car feels good [after the updates]. We are getting more and more out of it with fine tuning and it is working well so we need to keep it up."