"I reckon I've got a second in me," says Matt Hall.
Canada's Pete McLeod takes to the track for the last time today and he's all out for a podium!
First to go, he sets the bar for the others
Chicane looks good and he's coping with the wind direction just fine...
Ready for the static takeoff, it's British competitor Lamb who will fly next
That's 142.2kts into the track and he's well ahead of McLeod according to the ghost plane
That's looking good for Lamb! It's green and almost half a second clear!
He moves further ahead and it's +1s!
Almost there and this looks like a podium for Lamb!
Yep! That is a great result for Lamb! 1:05.398 is a guaranteed podium!
Two to fly... and it's the ones we've been waiting for: Hall and Dolderer
Australia and Germany to go... both in the title hunt and it could be sewn up here today
Hall is cleared into the track for this Final 4!
- Pylon Hit!
AND THAT IS GAME OVER! Pylon hit for Hall
And that's a tough call for the Australian... can he recover to at least make the podium?
Dolderer knows this is all his now to win!
Oh, the highs and indeed the lows of racing... that is not what he planned... it's 1:06.623 with 3s included for that penalty...
And Dolderer is the last pilot to fly here at this history-making Red Bull Air Race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway...
This could hand the World Championship to Dolderer...
And Dolderer is into the track and he's got Lamb to beat here and he's in the green straight away