Hungarian sailors occupy the top five places at the Under-23 Finn World Championship ©Getty Images

Hungary's Domonkos Németh took further control of the Under-23 Finn World Championship on the home waters of Lake Balaton today.

Németh won the fourth and sixth races of the competition and has been so dominant that a second-place finish in race five is his discard.

Németh has a net score of five points after six races - a third of the net total of the sailor in second place.

Levente Rácz is second, on 15 points, after a mixed day, with Bence Rácz third on the same net total.

Levente Rácz was one of three sailors disqualified from the fourth race, but bounced back with victory in the fifth and fourth place in the sixth.

That victory, in the only race so far not won by Németh, is enough to break the tie with Bence Rácz.

Zsombor Majthényi is fourth on 23 points and Ábel Szűcs fifth on 25.

All of the top five are Hungarian.

Andres Ivan Lloret Péres of Spain is sixth, with 33 points.

Three more days - each with three races, if the weather allows - are scheduled.