Red Bull Air Race 2010: Windsor Highlights

The other pilots are nipping at Paul Bonhomme's tail, as the winner of the 2010 Red Bull Air Race World Championship is still far from decided. At this point, it's anyone's game.

The most recent stop of the 2010 Red Bull Air Race World Championship was in the Canadian city of Windsor.  The results of the fourth round of the 2010 season are keeping the fans on the edge of their seats as Paul Bonhomme's lead shrinks more and more.

The British pilot, Paul Bonhomme, is still in the lead with 31 points, but Nigel Lamb, Hannes Arch, and Matt Hall are closing in on him with 28, 27, and 22 points respectively.

This is without a doubt the the closest competition in the sport’s history.  Five teams still have a chance at the title, including the aforementioned pilots and Pete McLeod, the Red Bull Air Race's youngest pilot.

The Canadian has so far proved himself to be much more than just a rookie as he continues to perform brilliantly under the extreme pressure of competition day.

Check out some of the best moments from the Red Bull Air Race in Windsor:


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