Before the ink is even dry on illbruck's 24-hour speed record--484.00 nautical miles, at an average of 20.16 knots--Australian Sean Langman, sailing his 66-foot über skiff, Grundig is making a run at it down in the Southern hemisphere. As of Tuesday evening, May 21 Grundig is heading Southeast, attempting to stay in a weather pattern that will give the 66-foot boat the ideal reaching conditions it needs to break the record. 'This record attempt will succeed if there is enough runway" says Ian Potter, Grundig's shore-based master navigator. Potter, working with weather guru Roger "Clouds' Badham is trying to keep Grundig on pace by aiming at the top of a low pressure system swirling off New Zealand. So far, the boat is on pace to beat illbruck's record but conditions are lightening.