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Photos: Great Race cars pull into Bayfront Festival Park

More than 100 cars arrived in Duluth on Friday night to conclude a leg of the annual event, which started in Warwick, Rhode Island, and concludes Sunday in Fargo.

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Anders Lynne, left and Asher Lynne, of Fargo, get behind of the wheel of a 1918 American LaFrance Speedster parked in Bayfront Festival Park on Friday in Duluth. The century-old car was one of more than 100 that completed Friday's leg of The Great Race, a time/speed/distance rally that started June 18 in Warwick, Rhode Island, and finishes Sunday in Fargo. The regular driver, Jerome Reinan, and navigator, Chris Brungardt, are joined by a team named the "Wandering Troubadours of Finland."
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Driver Doug Wildrick, of Shelbyville, Indiana, gestures to a spectator as he pulls his 1917 Hudson Super Six into parking at Bayfront Festival Park after completing Friday's leg of the 2022 Great Race. Behind them, the Wagenborg crosses under the Aerial Lift Bridge. Wildrick's navigator (obscured) is Jesse Jameson.
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Driver Ed Chapman and navigator Guy McDorr pull their 1948 Ford Sedan into parking at Bayfront Festival Park after Friday's leg of the Great Race. Chapman is from Auburn, Maine, and McDorr is from Bath, Maine, which explains the lobster-themed decor on the exterior.
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The defending-champion team of Olivia and Genna Gentry, of Newnan, Georgia, picked up a young passenger in their 1932 Ford as they pulled into their parking spot at Bayfront Festival Park in Duluth on Friday after a leg of the Great Race.
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Navigator Rick McIntosh, left, gestures to the crowd in Bayfront Festival Park alongside driver Keith Wallace after their 1930 Ford Speedster finished Friday's leg of The Great Race. Both team members are from Lockport, New York.
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