Frenchman Gabriel Aubry became the second new winner of the weekend so far as he triumphed in race two at the Hungaroring on Sunday morning.
The Tech 1 Racing driver got the better start from second on the grid to jump ahead of polesitter Sacha Fenestraz, while Will Palmer also found a way passed to run second.
With Palmer delaying Fenestraz, Aubry was able to breakaway at the front, with the Tech 1 Racing driver securing his maiden triumph by 4.710 seconds.
After withstanding the pressure from Fenestraz, Palmer pulled away from the French-Argentine driver to secure second place for R-ace GP and an extension to his championship lead, with Fenestraz instead being forced to withstand pressure of his own from Max Defourny.
Despite the pressure the positions remained unchanged, with Fenestraz securing the final podium position for Josef Kaufmann Racing ahead of R-ace GP duo Defourny and Robert Shwartzman, while Max Fewtrell was the leading rookie finisher in sixth for Tech 1 Racing.
Yifei Ye was a strong seventh for Josef Kaufmann Racing, with the Chinese driver setting the fastest lap of the race, while Aleksandr Vartanyan of JD Motorsport was eighth ahead of race one winner Daniel Ticktum of Arden Motorsport, with Aleksey Korneev of Fortec Motorsports completing the top ten.
Again there were many problems with track limits during the race, with Henrique Chaves, Axel Matus, Thomas Neubauer and Richard Verschoor amongst those to take time penalties.
Hungaroring Race 2 Result
|1||4||Gabriel Aubry||FRA||Tech 1 Racing||27:21.805s|
|2||8||Will Palmer||GBR||R-ace GP||+4.710s|
|3||11||Sacha Fenestraz||FRA||Josef Kaufmann Racing||+5.640s|
|4||9||Max Defourny||BEL||R-ace GP||+6.010s|
|5||10||Robert Shwartzman||RUS||R-ace GP||+6.563s|
|6||7||Max Fewtrell||GBR||Tech 1 Racing||+7.504s|
|7||1||Yifei Ye||CHN||Josef Kaufmann Racing||+8.125s|
|8||23||Aleksandr Vartanyan||RUS||JD Motorsport||+9.407s|
|9||33||Daniel Ticktum||GBR||Arden Motorsport||+9.960s|
|10||18||Aleksey Korneev||RUS||Fortec Motorsports||+10.074s|
|11||31||Neil Verhagen||USA||MP Motorsport||+13.853s|
|12||16||Thomas Randle||AUS||AVF by Adrian Valles||+14.997s|
|13||30||Jarno Opmeer||NED||MP Motorsport||+17.851s|
|14||93||Zane Goddard||AUS||Arden Motorsport||+22.025s|
|15||12||Raul Guzman||MEX||R-ace GP||+24.015s|
|16||17||Alex Peroni||AUS||Fortec Motorsports||+24.401s|
|17||13||Henrique Chaves||POR||AVF by Adrian Valles||+25.710s|
|18||22||Jean Baptiste Simmenauer||FRA||JD Motorsport||+28.371s|
|19||20||Najiy Ayyad bin Abd Razak||MAL||Fortec Motorsports||+29.528s|
|20||30||Bartlomiej Mirecki||POL||BM Racing Team||+30.508s|
|21||26||Presley Martono||INO||Mark Burdett Motorsport||+30.893s|
|22||19||Frank Bird||GBR||Fortec Motorsports||+33.045s|
|23||34||Ghislain Cordeel||BEL||Arden Motorsport||+33.600s|
|24||25||Julia Pankiewicz||POL||Mark Burdett Motorsport||+33.648s|
|25||5||Thomas Maxwell||AUS||Tech 1 Racing||+34.405s|
|26||15||Axel Matus||MEX||AVF by Adrian Valles||+39.008s|
|27||6||Thomas Neubauer||FRA||Tech 1 Racing||+41.928s|
|28||21||Sun Yue Yang||CHN||JD Motorsport||+42.595s|
|29||29||Richard Verschoor||NED||MP Motorsport||+49.937s|
|DNS||2||Luis Leeds||AUS||Josef Kaufmann Racing||Did Not Start|