All right, maybe you couldn't build a fine race car like the Son Of A Blitzen '86 300E LeMons car, but even the LeMons Supreme Court believes the legitimacy of the team's budget claims.
We were a bit shorthanded at LeMons HQ at Carolina Motorsports Park last weekend, so I wasn't able to do the usual Index Of Effluency winner post. Check out the Rusty Bolt Racing E12!
The 19th race in the history of the 24 Hours Of LeMons is over, and Mazda has tied Toyota for the title of Most LeMons Wins: five apiece!
Much as we'd like to see an Omni win a LeMons race, we're still pretty happy that a team has won both People's Curse and overall win in the same race!
It says it right on the People's Curse ballots: Don't vote to crush a car just because it's ahead of you! Still, that's what happened today; the White Lightning RX-7 got the most votes.
We're racing again, this fine Sunday morning in South Carolina, and a couple of cars that seemed out for the duration are back in action!
The White Lightning Mazda RX-7 has pretty much led all day, and the Lightning McQueen Jetta has been filling its rear-view mirror the whole time... but a G-Body Chevy Monte Carlo in third?
I've built a successor to the original LeMons BumperCam camera, and the Heroic Fix Award-winning Volvo Amazon-driving Tunachuckers let me install it on their C pillar. Then their new B20 engine got a bit fiery.
It's 98 degrees out, engine failures are proliferating like uranium centrifuges in the Middle East... and an RX-7 is leading the race.
Here's another lesson for those of you building a LeMons car: Invest a few bucks in new wheel studs!
Remember the TrackGeeks' live streaming video of the 24 Hours Of LeMons South Spring? It's back for LeMons South Fall!