The 19th race in 24 Hours Of LeMons history took place last weekend, and we finally had our first-ever Nissan winner! Right behind it- well, in some cases way behind it- were 121 other vehicles.
OK, Nissan fans, you can stop agonizing over the so-called Curse Of Nissan at the 24 Hours Of LeMons, because one of your cars has finally taken the overall win!
Would you believe a Subaru leading as the we get deeper into nighttime racing? It hasn't even been raining! Yes, the Team Paisley '98 Impreza has a couple of laps on the number two contender.
Actually, the fried small-block bearing happened during practice last night, but the engine of the Snoopy's Quest For The Holy Nickelbag Chevy Vanamino is still scattered all over the mud at the moment.
After inspecting 130 cars today- including a Lada, an Omni GLHS, a Chevy Vanamino, and an Eagle Premiere- I can't think coherently enough to write anything. So, here, have some photographs!
The most cars ever in a 24 Hours Of LeMons race (130), three former LeMons winners, and a cold rainy Ohio day all made for a very long day of Cheat Detection.
As the economy continues to take kidney punches, more and more once-exclusive tracks have decided that it's OK to allow the caddies into the pool, and thus it has come to pass that Nelsen Ledges in Ohio, Buttonwillow Raceway Park in Southern California, and Reno-Fernley Raceway in Nevada will be holding 24 Hours Of…