The day will begin in the Coker Tire Museum for a breakfast before heading out to the beautiful backroads of eastern Tennessee. The day will be spent in Central Time Zone (the rest of the event will be completely in Eastern Time Zone) and will be highlighted by the visit to Murfreesboro, Tennessee, hometown to the newest X-Cup team from Central High School. Cannonsburgh Village, an 1800’s historical site, will be the venue for the racers for lunch.
There are not many towns that understand today’s car culture better than Bowling Green, Kentucky, and the Great Race will stop there at the end of Day 3 for the first time since a Pit Stop there more than 20 years ago. Racers will make their way into town and take laps around the 3.5-mile National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park before heading downtown to the venue on the square. Bowling Green is home to the Corvette Assembly Plant and the National Corvette Museum, but it is best known as the hometown of Holley Carburetors, which will sponsor the evening meal.