2009 24 Hours of Lemons – Houston Gator-O-Rama – The Race


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Photos by Zerin Dube After two days of hard racing, countless penalties, and several thousand laughs later, the Houston 24 Hours of Lemons race is history. The winner at the end of it all was the #0 Mustang of the Formula M for Mullet race team. This race marks the first time in Lemons history that a Mustang has ever won the race! So, what was the secret to their success? We don’t really know, but we can say they were one of the few cars that never had to come in for a penalty. True to the Southern hospitality that Texans are known for, the Mullet team donated the $1500 purse they won to a fund set up for the Norwegian Slaab team’s mechanic who was critically injured in an accident outside of the track on Saturday night. We’ve set up several galleries (all available in 1280x853 glory) and will be uploading videos through the week of many of the punishments that were handed out over the course of the weekend. For now, enjoy these photos and videos, and be sure to check out Jalopnik as well for additional coverage throughout the week.

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24 Hours of Lemons Houston Gator-O-Rama Winner, the #0 Formula M for Mullet Mustang
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3 Responses to “2009 24 Hours of Lemons – Houston Gator-O-Rama – The Race”

  1. November 18, 2010 at 7:56 am #

    Seriously. So why would not I consider this?

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