By on August 13, 2011

I must admit that I assumed the first-ever Ford Granada in LeMons history would fall apart on the track within minutes of the green flag, but the Swamp Thang is still groaning around the course after nearly two hours.
Meanwhile, the two-time LeMons South winners of Hong Norrth Racing are sitting in the overall lead. With 12 hours to go, however, no lead is safe.

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