An Audi R8. A snow-covered parking lot. A disregard for property financial well-being approaching Charlie Sheen levels. It's a delight to watch.
While the penumbral financial backers of my DUI Telepresence Crown Victoria Figure Eight Racing series shovel rubles into briefcases, I'm moving on to an even bigger Greatest Racing Series Ever™: Last-man-standing road racing of the three great automotive Ambassadors!
After 35 LeMons races, a Volkswagen has finally taken the overall win! With a small field due to the usual first-time-at-new-track deal, the race for the win on laps became a Supra-versus-Golf affair early on.
Beating rental cars is nothing new, but there are limits to how far you can push it and get your deposit back. Especially if you're attempting to jump a rented 2010 Camaro SS over train tracks. Ouch. Warning: NSFW language.
So now that the phones at Murilee Martin Image Consulting, Inc., keep ringing with offers of vast sums from dealmakers who want a piece of this idea, I feel comfortable sharing the Next Big Thing In Racing with y'all.
The "Washington DC" 24 Hours of LeMons race (held at Summit Point Motorsports Park in West Virginia) took place a couple of weeks back, and it was one of the all-time best!
How about four Taurus SHOs in the top ten, along with the amazing Mid-Drive Crisis Mirage? Only in Texas, race fans!
The video of two hoons stunt driving across one of Dubai's most dangerous highways caused a major controversy. Now the police have arrested the drivers and impounded their cars. Remember, be careful YouTube-ing your crimes, kids. (H/T to c0de!) [ArabianBusiness]
If the Chinese news clip below is to be believed, the driver of this Cadillac CTS is one of the most excellent human beings alive. Thrills, spills, chills, hoonage, petty theft, and security-camera footage? What's not to love?
This is a Subaru STI. This is an ice-covered dirt track in the middle of Utah. And this is a man driving a car with a dab of oppo. This post? This is our guide to hooning a Subaru.
Race Numero Quatro of the 2010 LeMons season left a trail of connecting rods, oil, and bumpers all over Infineon Raceway's once-pristine surface, and we saw our first-ever LeMons Citroën. Want to see the other 146 entries?
Not sure how many cars the LeMons Supreme Court inspected for violations of the $500 budget rule today; supposedly 150 or so showed up, but many failed the safety test and never made it to us. Anyway, it was plenty!
Who doesn't love watching a Corolla slide into a Nissan pickup, or a Mustang T-bone a BMW 6 series? Here's more proof that Snell SA2000 helmets, 5-point seat harnesses, HANS devices, and .120" roll cage tubing are worth the investment.