'Great Race' makes pit stop in Rochester
The Great Race kicked off its 35th year in Ogunquit, Maine, Saturday morning and made its first stop in downtown Rochester just after noon. The nine-day, 2,100-mile rally ends in The Villages, Fla. It was the first time the race had traveled through Maine or New Hampshire. The route changes every year.
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