We logged a bunch of miles today and covered a lot of territory on the Hemmings Motor News Great Race presented by Hagerty. Our day started in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, where we were still buzzing from the awesome experience on the U.S.S. Yorktown the night before, but we knew it would be a tough day. Today’s route sent us through the back roads of Southeastern Georgia, where the roads are flat, straight and long. This makes for tough rallying, even though it might look easy. Our lunch stop was in historic downtown Savannah, Georgia, where the cobblestone streets were packed and we enjoyed a quick lunch before getting back on the road. Our final destination was Jacksonville, Florida, where we were greeted by lots of folks, some of which joined us for the start of the 2004 Great Race (our most recent visit to Jacksonville). It was an excellent day of rallying, and the challenging route made for a big shake-up in the scoring. Click here for scoring. Tomorrow is the final day of competition, so we’re gearing up for an amazing finish in The Villages!