By now we suspect Jason has finished. His tracker hasn't updated for almost 3 hours and his dot is on the map only 40km from the finish line, so unless he's taking an indulgent victory lap, we can safely assume Jason has taken 2nd place, coming in around 28hrs after Josh, and at a far more sociable hour. The assembled media crew and hardcore fans at the finish line will be thankful. We'll give you a full update when we get confirmation.
Paul is still looking good for 3rd place, although he's experiencing similar tracker issues as Jason. Interpid Dot Watcher Rob Brown managed to hunt Paul down as he came through Fairburn, just north of Inverness, yesterday evening.
Gail has been hot on Paul's heels as ever and was also tracked down by our Scottish Correspondent. As always she's looking impossibly fresh, she might be the first GBDURO rider ever to actually look better in her finish line photo than at the start line!
Adam is approaching the dreaded Corrieyairack Pass, so either by luck or by judgement he'll be doing it in the daylight in beautiful weather. We're looking forward to the selfie from the summit ;-)
James' biggest concern could be his tyres, which are reportedly alarmingly bald. With a lot of punishing off road to come, and without the option to buy new tyres, this could be a huge factor in James finishing or not. He put in his 2nd biggest day yesterday, tipping the scales at 200km to distance himself from the Lanterne Rouge spot.
Anisa is our new Lanterne Rouge, following Sharon and Chris' exit yesterday. She responded to James' big day by racking up her 4th highest mileage with 150km.