The Sun Finally Came Up At The 25 Hours Of ThunderhillS

After endless hours of darkness, hard racing and fatigue, the sun rose at the 25 Hours of Thunderhill making things easier to see. With the morning light, and the end of the race nearing (but still 6 hours away), teams started to pick up the pace on a wet track. This combination led to the following great shots of cars slippin' and slidin' in the mud, dirty from the rain, damaged from contact and sometimes all of the above. The photos were taken by GotBlueMilk.com Photography.

The Sun Finally Came Up At The 25 Hours Of ThunderhillS

The Sun Finally Came Up At The 25 Hours Of ThunderhillS

The Sun Finally Came Up At The 25 Hours Of ThunderhillS

The Sun Finally Came Up At The 25 Hours Of ThunderhillS

The Sun Finally Came Up At The 25 Hours Of ThunderhillS

The Sun Finally Came Up At The 25 Hours Of ThunderhillS

The Sun Finally Came Up At The 25 Hours Of ThunderhillS

The Sun Finally Came Up At The 25 Hours Of ThunderhillS

The Sun Finally Came Up At The 25 Hours Of ThunderhillS

We will post the results of the world's longest closed course endurance race when the checkered flag drops on the 25 Hours of Thunderhill.