By on March 28, 2011


The Sears Pointless 24 Hours of LeMons race was all about a Nissan NX2000 versus BMW 3 Series versus Honda motorcycle-engined Geo Metro battle for quite a while, but black flags on the Nissan and the Geo gave the Spin-N-Out Burger BMW E30 the chance to grab the win on laps. Known as “the invisible E30” for its smooth, penalty-free driving, POSRacing’s Spin-N-Out car (formerly known as the F’ed Up Express, winner of the 2010 Arse Freeze-a-Palooza LeMons race) takes home another well-deserved trophy. Congratulations, POSRacing!

The prize? $1,500 cash! Well, actually it was $1,500 worth of Russian rubles, in the form of two huge trash bags stuffed with 10-ruble notes. Who says racing doesn’t pay?

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