24 Hours of Lemons vs Le Mans racing: what is the difference?

24 Hours of Lemons and 24 Hours of Le Mans Racing are both endurance-based cars. Lemons Racing is an endurance racing event held in the United States, Australia, and New Zealand, known for its lemon cars, folk racing, and limited prices. The racer who completes the race in the shortest time, covering the maximum distance, wins the 24 Hours of Le Mans Racing. Another similarity lies in the name itself, Lemons being a portmanteau of Le Mans. Lemons Racing seeks to nullify most of the events’ racing rules, including the race’s time limit. Lemons add a little spice to this, and the event allows one to pick the worst car possible and provides special benefits to that racer if they manage to win the event with that car. Lemons Racing promotes amateur car racing, highlighting the entertainment value of these races. In conclusion, if 24-hour Le Mans Racing is about reliability, then the 24-hour Lemons Racing Event is all about light-hearted humour.

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