But we're in the red and he's picked up 2s already for incorrect level
this could be the end of his dream here in Texas...
it's not enough :( that's a MASSIVE blow for Chambliss and it's 57.952
It's #wingletwars next at Texas Motor Speedway with LAMB V HALL
The 2014 World Champion is out into the track first and he's had a rough week, maybe you could say a rough season
He told us he made some errors in changing his elevator setup through the season and he's paid the price
Let's see what he can lay down... he's got nothing to lose
He needs at least a 56s time in this round
WOW!!!!! Now that's what we're talking about ;) 54.620! New track record and Hall will really have his work cut out!
Hall is cleared into the track and this is where he could kiss goodbye to his title hopes... c'mon Matt!
That will be almost impossible to beat... but we don't want to jinx it!
He's in the track, clean and we know he can really gain in the turn, but let's see the split times
It's a bit high but he's in the green! He needs to keep the speed on after the second turn
It's red on the split and it's close... but not enough to beat Lamb! He could be fastest loser, so let's keep our fingers crossed for him
That's 54.800 straight for Hall
Next up it's ARCH V BONHOMME – our most competitive pairing and the third time they've been in this situation
we could have another fastest loser candidate here, either one of them could dash Hall's hopes of making it through
ARCH flies into the track and he's not in contention for the title but needs to make good after bad times in Ascot and Spielberg...
And the buzzer is off straight away! He's too high in Gate 3!
He's making easy work for Bonhomme...
And that 2s penalty might have sealed his fate here in Texas
It's 57.623 for Arch, and even without the penalty he'd be off the pace we've seen already today
He was unwell at the start of race week and maybe he's lost his mojo?
So now it's Bonhomme and this is the race that could make his year... if he wins here with enough of an advantage over Matt Hall, he could take the 2015 title