Weather conditions, including high winds and gusts above 34 mph forced the race committee to discontinue Sunday's Top-12 round of the Red Bull Air Race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The final rankings of the seventh stop of the 2014 World Championship were based on the last fully-completed flying session, which was Saturday's qualifying round.
Canada's Pete McLeod, 30, received first-place points after winning Saturday's qualifying and became the youngest winner in Red Bull Air Race World Championship history. Nigel Lamb of Great Britain was second and Matthias Dolderer of Germany was third.
Paul Bonhomme of Great Britain, the series points leader coming into the race, finished seventh while Hannes Arch of Austria, who was tied with Lamb for second, took fifth.
American pilots Michael Goulian and Kirby Chambliss finished 10th and 11th, respectively.
The Red Bull Air Race World championship is scheduled to return to Las Vegas Motor Speedway Oct. 17-18, 2015.