Nikolay Gryazin carried over his impressive Qualifying Stage pace to top the order on SS1 of Rally Hungary, the penultimate event of the FIA European Rally Championship season.
He set a test-topping 1m39.3s through the 2.40-kilometre stage, a head-to-head battle on the Rabócsiring rallycross track in Máriapócs, southeast of host city Nyíregyháza this evening.

Miko Marczyk (ORLEN Team) was 0.1s slower than Gryazin as he beat title leader Andreas Mikkelsen in their battle.

Rallye Team Spain’s Efrén Llarena was third quickest followed by Simone Campedelli (Team MRF Tyres) with Toksport WRT’s Mikkelsen fifth.

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