Indian racer Arjun Maini created history when he completed his maiden GP3 podium finish in Hungary on Sunday.
Thanks to his second placed finish, the 19-year old became the first Indian to bag a podium spot since the series began in 2010.
Maini made his mixed debut in Silverstone two weeks ago where he finished 10th with a best lap of 1:33.873 seconds.
Going into qualifying on Saturday, Arjun finished in ninth with a best lap of 1:33.874 seconds after the session was red flagged when Steijn Schothorst of Campos Racing stopped on Turn 7.
Starting Race 1 in the same position, Arjun staved off the pressure from British racer Jack Aitken of Arden International to move up a place at the start of the race. He went on to clock a fastest lap of 1:36.844 seconds to start on reverse pole in Race 2 for the second time in two GP3 races.