The 24 Hours of Lemons Tuesday, October 9th, 2018 at 6:55am Happy Monday! Here's a cool pre-war Willys Pickup and two women about to get some heckin' work done.
The 24 Hours of Lemons is a series of endurance races held on paved road race courses across the United States and, since 2016, New Zealand. The series holds the Guinness World Record for the "Most participants in one race" (216 cars).
The race isn’t 24 hours and the cars are terrible. A bunch of strangers tried to feed me, and some dude kept trying to put his meat in my mouth. No real lemons anywhere.
The official channel of The 24 Hours of Lemons endurance road racing series for $500 cars. Learn more at 24hoursoflemons.com.
Roadkill powered by Dodge is the show all about ridiculous beater cars. 24 Hours of LeMons is the racing series all about ridiculous beater cars.
NZ's largest participation motorsport, and the cheapest motorpsort on the planet! Race, Reck, Repair, Repeat!
24 Hours of Lemons presents Australian endurance racing for $999 cars. It’s a breeding ground for inflated egos and God like status… in their own minds. It's where Mercedes and Mazda, Toyota and Hyundai do battle for the glory of gloating rights.
Compiling any list of “Greatest LeMons Cars” is bound to exclude more incredible hoopties than there are spirochetes in a custom van’s shag carpeting, but here is a relatively whittled-down roster of some of the best crapcans we’ve seen in the 24 Hours of LeMons.
Find some friends, invent a team name, and start making critical plans–like whether you’ll all dress as chickens or not.