The LMGTE and GTC qualifying session started at 09h45, with the prototypes following on track at 10h15. It was an exciting session and has offered an interesting starting grid.
Chandhok helped Murphy Prototypes get their 2014 European Le Mans Series season off to a solid start along with their other drivers Rodolfo Gonzalez and Alex Kapadia.
Turvey and Jota make it 4 poles from 5 events; Advantage Ram Racing and Salo secures GTC pole
Brendon Hartley set the overall fastest time for Round 4 of the European Le Mans Series, the 3 Hours of the Hungaroring.
Ram Racing Ferrari 458 Italias will start from 5th and 6th on the LMGTE grid
Set up gamble puts team in a strong race position.
The decision affecting the nr36 Signatech Alpine car means that the nr38 Jota Sport Zytek will start from pole position with the #18 Murphy Prototypes Oreca Nissan alongside on the front row.
The 20-minute qualifying session at Imola took place under blue skies.
Matt Griffin secured the LMGTE pole with the Ferrari 458 Italia, the top spot on GTC class belonged with Peter Kox driving the Lamborghini Gallardo LP600 GT3.
In LMGTE, the pole was taken by Ram Racing's Ferrari team while the GTC honors went to the MOMO Audi No. 65
Stephen Errity, ELMS correspondent