(8:13 p.m.) Team 18 Williamson/Hingsbergen have finished - even with just one cylinder on one of their sleds.
(7:43 p.m.) Team 33 Bartel/Wichman have finished in Fairbanks.
(7:26 p.m.) Team 2 Sottosanti/Zwink and Team 40 Marks/Marks have finished.
(7:20 p.m.) Team 12 Willard/Goodell is through North Pole.
(7:16 p.m.) Team 18 Williamson/Hingsbergen is through North Pole, running on one cylinder.
(6:57 p.m.) Team 14 McKenna/Van Meter has finished.
(6:52 p.m.) Team 33 Bartel/Wichman are through North Pole.
(6:47 p.m.) Back at Race Headquarters now. The teams that have finished are: 10 - Huntington/Olds, 3 Palin//Quam, 7 Davis/Davis, 21 Branholm/Spernak.
Team 17 West/George has scratched in Manley.
(5:52 p.m.) Team 10 Huntington/Olds crosses the finish line and wins the Iron Dog!
(5:20 p.m.) Team 11 Palin/Quam out of North Pole
(5:08 p.m.) Team 10 Huntington/Olds through North Pole.
(4:12 p.m.) Team 7 Davis/Davis is through Nenana.
(3:55 p.m.) Team 10 Huntington/Olds is through Nenana. They trail #11 Palin/Quam by 17 minutes.
(3:31 p.m.) Team 11 Palin/Quam is through Nenana according to GPS tracker.
(3:21 p.m.) Team 17 is in and out of Tanana. They didn't make their "assigned" re-start time, so sounds like they're a little further behind than they would have been had they not had any trouble.
(2:57 p.m.) Team 21 Branholm/Spernak are through Manley.
It's shaping up to be a little faster race today than originally thought. Organizers say the first teams could come through Fairbanks as soon as 4:30. We'll keep things updated. Updates may come via Twitter - follow @Ch2KTUU
(2:24 p.m.) Team 17 West/George is up and running and is out of Ruby.
(2:17 p.m.) Team 10 Huntington/Olds is in and out of Manley.