As the race wears on, we made our way into Wisconsin, after a tough battle with rush hour traffic near Chicago. Once we got off the Interstate, things got better, as today’s route sent us on a beautiful tour of Wisconsin farm land. The rolling hills and scenic views were great, and the course was challenging with more turns than the past few days combined. Some turns were taken at speed, and some were at intersections, so it made for a mixture of tasks for the drivers and navigators to manage throughout the day. For lunch, we stopped at historic Angell Park Speedway, located in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. This track is known for midget racing and still has Sunday night racing programs. The crowd was great, and so was the food, which included some locally-made ice cream. From there, we had another challenging route during an abbreviated afternoon portion. The Great Race staff arranged an early arrival into Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin to take advantage of the amenities of the Chula Vista Resort. Even with the shortened day, the competition was still intense and for the sixth consecutive day, we have a new daily winner. Jeff and Eric Fredette took the daily win with a score of 5.71 seconds and didn’t get a single Eckler’s Ace in the process. An interesting side note is that the Wagner team in the 1947 Chevrolet scored three Eckler’s Aces, and got a better raw score. Unfortunately, they had a five-second penalty due to an extra passenger, so their final score did not win the day. But they have some major bragging rights and certainly had a smile on their face this afternoon.