Two-time Challenger Cup Champion Florian Bergér once again showed why he's the one to beat with a Qualifying run of 1:03.392 that saw him top of the timesheet with room to spare.
In bumpy conditions Bergér managed the difficult track expertly. The pilot that came closest to him was Luke Czepiela of Poland, who was 0.362s behind the current champ.
Daniel Genevey had a complete turn around in fortune and finished third in Qualifying, 0.812s behind Bergér and Melanie Astles was fourth.
Baptiste Vignes flew cleanly but lost a lot of time and energy after the second VTM and that saw him finish almost three seconds off the pace. Kenny Chiang will want to refocus before tomorrow's race as his six seconds of penalties saw him finish last in Qualifying. That means he'll fly first in tomorrow's race.
Tomorrow's race kicks off at 11:00 local time and you can follow all the action right HERE.
Budapest 2018 Challenger Class Qualifying results