Brighton scored two early second half goals and looked to be heading for an away win at Loftus Road to continue their dazzling start to the season.
QPR had other ideas, with Charlie Austin pulling a goal back 10 minutes after Brighton's second goal, and netted an equaliser in the 88th minute to give his side a share of the points.
The club's owner Tony Fernandes felt his side could even have won the game, commenting on Twitter after the final whistle.
Good fight back. Unlucky not to win in the end. Well done to all. .— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) December 15, 2015
Fernandes went onto retweet several comments from supporters - all positive - praising midfielder Alejandro Faurlin, the performance in general, and the appointment of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.
QPR are now unbeaten over the last four games, and have won two of those matches. This result took them up to 12th in the Championship table, six points off the play-offs.
Brighton slipped to second as a result of drawing, but remain level on points with first placed Middlesbrough.