Muroya: The plane was accelerating more than I thought. That makes the game difficult but it's not the end.
Canada's McLeod now takes on the 2016 World Champion Dolderer
McLeod has been on exceptional form and could really give Dolderer a run for his money
McLeod can taste the podium Champagne... but he needs to stay focused and this could be his
1:07.230 for McLeod – and that's faster than Dolderer's R8 time so he has work to do now!
And here he is! It's 179.48kts through the Start Gate for Dolderer
And wow! He's in the green at the first split but it is just 0.007s difference!
But can he maintain this... McLeod had the whole track nailed, including the VTMs so Dolderer simply cannot afford to lose anything out there
It's red now and this is slipping from his grasp
And it's just not enough! Dolderer stops the clock in 1:08.460
McLeod joins Chambliss and Sonka in the Porto Final 4
Just one heat to go – Brageot V Hall
The French pilot is first to fly...
And he just needs to hold his nerve against Hall
This is excellent work from Brageot and he is demonstrating why he earned a place in the Master Class
It's a very solid 1:08.368 for Brageot – Hall can fly faster but he might not have expected this
Will Brageot get a lucky break today?
One pilot to fly... and we'll know soon enough!
179.46kts into the track for Hall
The Australian has been the runner up for the past few years and was set for his first title this year... but a plane change has set him back
But it looks like he's finally at one with the Edge 540 V3 and he's in the green against Brageot
Three greens in a row should get him the place in the Final 4