A Saab took the overall win, which was shocking, and GM continued its run of Index of Effluency dominance… which came as no surprise at all. It was cold, it was wet, but the racin' was great!
Sure sure, some folks get excited about the LeMons car that gets the most laps, but the Index Of Effluency winner gets the real bragging rights. Today, General Motors takes another big win thanks to the Track Pillagerz! Buick LeSabre.
I need to get busy helping pack up the Tilt-A-Whirl, here at the LeMons Traveling Carnival, but this scorching-hot news can't wait: the Robin Bank Racing Saab 900 Turbo has won the 24 Hours Of LeMons Southern Discomfort '10 race!
We've all had to do this: incredible pressures are brought to bear upon you, forcing you to teach someone you barely know how to work a manual transmission. A great idea for a 24 Hours of LeMons penalty, we say!
We decided to hold the First Annual LeMons South Chili Cook-Off today, and the Best Chili Presentation trophy- if we had such a thing- would have to go to the Tunachuckers Volvo Amazon team.
We've spent a long, cold day in South Carolina, and the level of racing drama has been high. The lead changed again and again, the first- and second-position cars were knocked out by mechanical woes, and a Saab now leads.
It looked like the BoomPow Surprise Probe might to walk away with the race... but a lot can happen in a long endurance race.
We've seen quite a few lead changes during the early hours of the Southern Discomfort '10 LeMons, but the BoomPow Surprise Probe now holds a strong 5-lap lead over the second-place car.
Everyone knows that BMW E30s and Mazda Miatas tend to get plenty of unwelcome attention from the LeMons Supreme Court... so here's a way for a resourceful team to capitalize on the loathing!