STOFFEL VANDOORNE clinched his first pole position in Formula E ahead of the Hong Kong E-Prix.
The ex-F1 star capitalised on a dry spell in qualifying to take himself into super pole before going fastest again.
The Belgian guided his HWA car through the puddles in the streets of Hong Kong as the championship is set for its wet race.
HWA are the only team yet to score points this season after struggling for performances in the opening four races of the season.
Brit Oliver Rowland will start second on the grid for Nissan ahead of Edoardo Mortara.
Meanwhile DTM champion and fellow Brit Gary Paffett will start fourth behind Andre Lotterer.
Pascal Wehrlein struggled and will start second last on the grid after the wet conditions led to a chaotic session.
Felipe Massa made a mistake on the first turn of his run and will start ninth after running wide.
Lucas di Grassi and Sam Bird impressed in the tricky conditions and will start fifth and seventh respectively, despite having the disadvantage of being the first drivers out on track.