Lots more to follow, but here's the quick summary:
In a remarkable achievement, six of eleven bots that started finished the entire course.
Stanford's Junior crossed the finish line first, followed by CMU's Boss and Virginia Tech's Odin. That does NOT mean that Stanford is the winner, as the finish times need to be adjusted for staggered starts and stoppage time on the course. Also the total times will be further adjusted for traffic violation 'tickets' issued for moving and other violations on the course. Any of these three teams could be the ultimate winner.
We won't know until 10AM tomorrow who won, and whether DARPA considers the race to have been 'clean' enough to award the big prizes.
'Little Ben', and MIT and Cornell also finished the course, but well out of the running. The day featured bot traffic jams, the world's first bot vs. bot collision between MIT and Cornell, and the attempt of the Terramax robot truck to take out the old air base PX.
More as soon as I get a beer and download the camera.
Update 11/4/07: Team Tartan / CMU's 'Boss' was declared the winner based on elapsed time, with Stanford second and VT third. None of the three leaders committed major errors, so the race was decided on time.