Ivanoff's Q2 is 1:07.320 and his earlier Q1 will stand as his faster time, leaving him in 6th currently
Youngest Master Class pilot Mika Brageot returns to the track for his Q2... he's down in 12th as it stands but we could see a climb up the timesheet
He's into the track at 137.55kts and the splits are red... but can he get through clean?
Yes, no issues there! It's a 1:07.211 for Brageot's Q2 and he moves up to 10th place
Goulian back for another go at moving up the timesheets...
But that's a bad start for the American and he's lost his rhythm at the very start of the track... and he's now more than 2s off the pace...
It'll be tough to keep it together now he's had that start and the splits are red... and the buzzer is going off! It's 6s in penalties for incorrect level at gates 2, 11 and 16... let's forget this one Mikey G :(
Q2 for Goulian is a 1:11.785 and his Q1 will be his final time today... he's in 7th place
The defending champion is cleared into the track...
Those split times are red... the flying is good but he's lacking speed out in the track
It's a 1:05.926 for Q2 for Dolderer... he's in 6th on the timesheet
Now Velarde – he's in 3rd and flew beautifully in Q1... can he do it again?
This doesn't look as together... could he be trying to push harder? It's under review but he passes unscathed and it's a Q2 of 1:06.119, so the Q1 time stands and he remains in 3rd place
Kopfstein ready for his Q2 run and he's in 2nd place so has already banked a great time today
139.8kts into the track for the last time today, can Kopfstein beat Hall?
It's not as strong a performance but it's still clean and he makes his way through the track without any surprises... he's absolutely consistent out there
Kopfstein's Q2 is a 1:05.185, so his earlier time will be recorded and he remains in 2nd place behind Hall
Hall is back and only has himself to beat... but he's in a very strong position and things are looking rosy for the Australian who has had a tough season
He's red against his earlier time but it's clean and controlled... there's nothing for him to prove now... it's home and dry with a 1:06.137 in Q2 for Hall
Now the title hopefuls all back to back...
The pressure is on Chambliss here, he's down in 14th and that will make the R14 exceptionally tough tomorrow. If he wants to get close to the silverware, this run is the one that will make or break his chances