24 Hours of LeMons

Two articles for the price of one! First, we have a fine piece written by Greg Seferian, leader of Team Pro Crash Duh Nation, a group of loonies who are responsible for fielding an Alfa Romeo Milano in a series of 24 Hours of LeMons races — and have done for many years. They've become quite competitive of late, getting gobs of power out of the 3-liter engine, tweaking the handling to near perfection, and even getting it to stop without having to crash into things. The report here is from this year's race at Thompson Speedway — read all about the ups, downs, and sideways:

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And then we have a companion piece written by Andy Kress, a Pro Crash Duh Nation teammate, long-time AONE member, Performatek Alfa parts supplier, and a guy who's contributed lots of fun articles for our edification and enjoyment over the years. Here's his perspective:

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The team competed in one more race this season, at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH, the weekend of October 21-22. Click here to see the resultsTiny Quadrifoglio

Do not miss the video of Greg's hot lap (at the bottom) — very fast and great sound!

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Greg's hot lap at Thompson
 


24 Hours of LeMons