Jake Hughes dominated qualifying in Misano as the McLaren driver swept aside each driver he faced in the duels. 

The Brit set a 1:16.538 in the final against Jean-Eric Vergne who set a 1:16.783. The pole time was not Hughes’ fastest time of the day as he did a 1:16.456 in the quarter-final stage.

Vergne will start in second for DS Penske and has shown that DS has some pace as he has qualified on the front row in both races in Misano.

Pascal Wehrelin will start in third place. The German set a 1:16.870, but Hughes pipped him by half a tenth of a second.

Nico Muller will start in an impressive fourth for ABT. The Swiss racer lost out to Vergne in the semi-final after suffering a power cut on his flying lap.

Sam Bird will start fifth for McLaren. The Brit lost out to Vergne in the quarter-final.

Stoffel Vandoorne will start in sixth for DS Penske as he lost out to Hughes in the Quarter-final stage who set a 1:16.456 to knock out the Belgian.

Robin Frijns starts in seventh for Envision Racing. The Dutchman made a mistake in the final sector of his flying lap.

Nick Cassidy will start eighth for Jaguar. The Kiwi did beat Jean-Eric Vergne but he ran wide out of the last corner and had his laptime deleted.

Reigning champion Jake Dennis will start in ninth for Andretti and will start ahead of the current championship leader Oliver Rowland.

Sergio Sette Camara will start in 11th for ERT ahead of Maximilian Gunther. Sacha Fenestraz will start in 13th for Nissan.

Lucas Di Grassi will begin the race in 14th in the second ABT. Mitch Evans had a qualifying to forget after he finished in 15th.

Norman Nato was 16th for Andretti ahead of Sebastein Buemi who was 17th. Dan Ticktum will start in 18th ahead of Edoardo Mortara.

Nyck De Vres will start 20th ahead of Jehan Daruvala in 21st.

Antonio Felix Da Costa’s heartache continued as he will start from the back of the grid after his lap time was deleted for track limits.