By on June 5, 2011


With a Mercedes-Benz taking the overall win, it only seemed fitting for another Mercedes-Benz to get the top prize: the Index of Effluency.
The B League Film Society’s 1967 Mercedes-Benz 200 suffered from many electrical and fuel-system problems yesterday, but ran more or less reliably today. In the end, its 28th-place finish (out of 43 entries) was enough to grab IOE glory. It’s worth noting that the W110 finished higher than the car with the quickest lap of the race (the Assmasters Mustang II). Congratulations, B League Film Society!

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