While the bulk of the fleet remained virtually glued in place this morning, SEB, still several hundred miles to the east, was holding onto the hope of cashing in its get-out-of-jail-free card. The passing lane that theyd been riding in over the last 24 hours briefly ended, but as of the 16:00 GMT position report, SEB was racing south again at 12 knots. At some point, however, skipper Gunnar Krantz and his navigator Marcel van Trieste must turn their bow towards Brazil. It wont be easy. "Everybody is asking what the hell we are doing out here," said Krantz in an e-mail this morning. "To be totally honest, so are we at times. We have been chasing our own tail for days now. I do not know what the information says to the rest of the fleet, but in a position such as ours, the best escape is to catch the wind that should be in the south and east of us. There simply is no door open for us to go more west, and take my word for it, we have been looking for one."