I just have a feeling that the final tasks are going to end up favoring Jet-Cord for the win. The more information that comes out from the promos and tweets, and the excellent analysis work by the TAR Detectives Team reinforces in my mind that even if they're the last out of the airport, they still will pull out a win in the final leg. And I doubt they'll have any trouble with cabdrivers getting to Candlestick Park, one of the iconic locations in American sports history. (And if there is a memory task of some sort at the finish, I think that will favor Jet-Cord as well.
(For the record my guts says Jordan and Dan for second, Brent and Caite for third.)
Yes indeed, Candlestick Park is an iconic sports location:
1. home of my favorite baseball team the San Francisco Giants for 40 years from 1960 until moving to PacBell Park (later rechristened AT&T Park and now SBC Park) in 2000. In 1960, the Giants moved to Candlestick Park built on a point in San Francisco's southeast corner overlooking San Francisco Bay. The new stadium quickly became known for its strong, swirling winds, cold temperatures, and thick evening fog that made for a formidable experience for brave fans and players. The park had a built-in radiant heating system, but it never worked. In the ninth inning of the 1961 All-Star Game at Candlestick a strong gust of wind appeared to cause Giants relief pitcher Stu Miller to slip off the pitching rubber during his delivery, resulting in a balk (and a baseball legend that Miller was "blown off the mound"). Candlestick Park was infamous as a place to play, earning without doubt its reputation of being cold, windy, and foggy. In 1963, wind picked up the entire batting cage and dropped it 60 feet (18 m) away on the pitcher’s mound while the New York Mets were taking batting practice. The Giants would award the Croix de Candlestick pin to fans who stayed for the duration of extra-inning night games. All of this gave the Giants a slight pitching edge and fielding edge because they were more used to its foibles than visiting teams.
2. It was also the site of the 10/17/1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake at 504pm PDT interrupting pre-game ceremonies and postponing the start of the third game1989 Bay Area World Series between the Giants and the Oakland Athletics for 10 days.
3. Candlestick Park hosted two MLB All-Star Games (1961 and 1984), one National League Division Series (1997), three National League Championship Series (1971, 1987 and 1989), two World Series (1962 and 1989).
4. Candlestick Park also continues to be the home of the San Francisco 49ers football team since 1971. It has been the site of 6 championship football games, with 4 of them 49ers victories. The most memorable (except to 49er fans) of the 6 was the New York Giants 15-13 victory over the 49ers 1/20/91.