This morning, after a seven o’clock start time, racers began their way to French Lick, Indiana for a lunch stop. The terrain on the way to lunch was mountainous, and I struggled to maintain the correct speed. The rallying was cut short after lunch due to road closures, so teams made their way to Franklin, Indiana throughout a different route. I was really excited to see my Mom, Beth Knowles, and cousin, Jody Knowles win the day overall in their 1932 Ford Cabriolet. Their Stage Four win moved them up to third place overall. Genna, and I had a decent day, we got our fourth ace of the rally but fell back to third in the Rookie Division. We hope to close the gap tomorrow, but are having a blast each day. Each day also provides a new opportunity to learn more. Tomorrow, we will make our way to Auburn, Indiana, where Auburns were made. We hope to see y’all there! Genna, and I can’t thank everyone enough for their continued support throughout this journey.
10 comments about “Day 4 Recap from Olivia Gentry”
Y’all are Awesome. Keep up the good work!
Keep it up girls. Y’all doing great!!!
Go girls, hit the road.
Awesome Girls ?
Are you coming through Celina Ohio on your way to Wapak.??
I was just sitting at the Cemetery on the outskirts of Wapakoneta, it was awesome. I am really glad I got to witness this. Thank you and have a safe race.
I watched you arrive in Wapakoneta today & gave you the thumbs up. I was wearing a red Studebaker shirt. It was nice to see 1 of the cars I’d read about last night. Hope you had a nice lunch. Everyone was delighted to see the cars. Continue to have fun.
Keep on trucking, doing good
Good job ladies! Newnan is pulling for you!
First time I’ve followed the Great Race. Good Show Ladies. My Father who has passed many years ago, was a avid Mopar guy and always bought Plymouths, and one Chrysler. Good show ladies, we’ll see you in Traverse City, when we get off the Nauti Cat.