Velarde V Arch next and we have our predictions for this face off, but as we've just seen, anything can happen. Velarde's team has been working hard to reduce the weight of their Edge 540 V3 and technician Ted Reynolds has removed 6kg apparently since Rovinj...
The Spanish pilot is first and we see the buzzer light up on our screens for incorrect level, that's 2s already
Arch will be tough to beat unless he totally stuffs it out on the track
It's 1:06.072 for Velarde
Arch is up next and as the winner from 2008, he's got good memories from Budapest
Arch's aggressive style could cause him problems here today but we know the Austrian can win when he's in the groove
He was 3rd in Qualifying and today that's another strong run – it's 1:02.497 and he's through
Halfway through the Round of 14 – quick recap: Besenyei, McLeod, Lamb and Arch are through...
Sonka's been on the ascent in the last year and he's been biding his time... but Bonhomme has a very credible rival in the Czech pilot
The British two-time World Champion is into the track first and that's an advantage for Sonka
Smooth and clean flying for Bonhomme, but can he get the performance from his raceplane? Seems so, it's a 1:01.028
The pressure is on Sonka now - he finished higher than Bonhomme in 7th, just one place ahead of Bonhomme... so this will be interesting!
It's his 3rd season in the sport and we know he's a real podium contender out there
Bonhomme will be keeping his fingers crossed for some mistakes out there
It's controlled and efficient, he's slightly in the green on the split times but he's having to correct his lines and that's costing him
Last part of the track and can he do it!
It's red... can he do it? That is a full throttle finish but NO, Sonka can't quite edge past Bonhomme... but he clocks 1:01.088 and that puts him as the fastest loser with two more heats to go
"I'm enjoying racing," says Hall from the Race Airport. "I've relaxed a bit on the pressure. I'm not concerned about who I'm flying against so I'll just go out and focus on the moment. When I look from the outside in I realise i'm involved in the coolest sport in the world!"
Dolderer V Muroya next and this will be the closest in our opinion... both are capable of very strong performances and have fast Edge 540 V3 raceplanes...
Germany's Dolderer is up first and he's been strong all week, we expect a close battle!
Dolderer cleared into the track! Smoke is ON! He's got his whole family cheering him on from the banks of the Danube this weekend and he'll be keen to give them a result to remember
The wind has changed since the earlier training sessions on Friday and Dolderer said this would be a factor for him
Smooth and clean. He's holding it together extremely well! 1:02.072 is good but Muroya could smash that if he's on form
Go Japan! Muroya is into the track and he was fast in Qualifying, finishing 2nd. It's good so far, but he's in the red on the split times...
Edge of our seats as always!
And he's on the home straight but it's under review... NO! 1:02.279 and that's not enough to beat Dolderer
And the last duel of the Round of 14 – fastest v slowest from Qualifying and it's Goulian and Hall
Goulian won here six years ago...
But Hall will be almost impossible to beat
Taking it steady, Goulian is a very experienced competitor and he knows what he needs to do, but that's the buzzer and it's incorrect level at gate 10. 2s added and it's 1:04.953
Looks like Sonka holds on to his fastest loser place :)