Niederhauser controls second GP3 race
27 July 2014 – Arden driver Patric Niederhauser claimed his first GP3 victory since 2012 in the second race of the weekend at the Hungaroring.
Niederhauser took the lead from pole man Dino Zamparelli at the start and while the Brit attempted to regain the advantage into Turn 3, Niederhauser held on and was never headed.
Zamparelli collected second place after slipping back from Niederhauser, with Jann Mardenborough taking third after repelling the advances of championship leader Alex Lynn.
Lynn initially came under pressure from the fast starting Robert Vișoiu before he began to challenge Mardenborough, but his compatriot held on.
Vișoiu took fifth, while opening race winner Richie Stanaway made up a couple of places to finish sixth.
Emil Bernstorff spent much of the race stuck behind Dean Stoneman but made the move on the final lap to collect seventh.
Santiago Urrutia was the only casualty of the race after spinning out at Turn 4 early on.
As a result of this weekend's races, Lynn now leads Stanaway in the championship by 31 points.
The next round of the GP3 seasons takes place at Spa Francorchamps from August 22-24