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Qualifying times - Hungaroring.


1. Timo Glock iSport 1m 27.566s
2. Andreas Zuber iSport 1m 27.756s
3. Lucas di Grassi ART 1m 28.349s
4. Giorgio Pantano Campos 1m 28.411s
5. Pastor Maldonado Trident 1m 28.546s
6. Adam Carroll FMSI 1m 28.648s
7. Luca Fillipi Super Nova 1m 28.715s
8. Kazuki Nakajima DAMS 1m 28.716s
9. Nicolas Lapierre DAMS 1m 28.775s
10. Andy Soucek DPR 1m 28.797s
11. Borja Garcia Durango 1m 28.852s
12. Javier Villa Racing Engineering 1m 28.869s
13. Vitaly Petrov Campos 1m 29.038s
14. Roldan Rodriguez Minardi Piquet 1m 29.127s
15. Sebastien Buemi ART 1m 29.209s
16. Ho-Pin Tung BCN 1m 29.330s
17. Christian Bakkerud DPR 1m 29.387s
18. Mike Conway Super Nova 1m 29.477s
19. Xandi Negrao Minardi Piquet 1m 29.497s
20. Kohei Hirate Trident 1m 29.560s
21. Adrian Zaugg Arden 1m 29.588s
22. Karun Chandhok Durango 1m 29.899s
23. Jason Tahinci FMSI 1m 30.024s
24. Bruno Senna Arden 1m 30.245s
25. Markus Niemela BCN 1m 30.801s

Dnq Marcos Martinez Racing Engineering 1m 34.670s


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