Get your tetanus shots and fire up the welders, hooptie fans. The 24 Hours of Lemons’ calendar for 2020 is out and you can register now for the 24 races on our schedule.
For the regulars, 24 Hours of Lemons schedule looks very similar to the 2019 calendar (see below). The biggest change sees Lemons’ first visit to Willow Springs Raceway for Yokohama Tire’s Big Willow Weekend. That is the first of six races sponsored by Lemons’ official tire, Yokohama Tire. They will also be at Carolina Motorsports Park, Thunderhill Raceway, Buttonwillow Raceway, MSR Houston, and Sonoma Raceway.
Last year’s additions at Heartland Motorsports Park, Pittsburgh International Race Complex, and Brainerd International Raceway all return for another go. The schedule also includes Lemons staples like Gingerman Raceway (Michigan), Road Atlanta, Barber Motorsports Park, New Hampshire Motor Speedway, High Plains Raceway, and more.
For the 24 Hours of Lemons, all cars must cost less than $500 for purchase and race preparation (not including safety equipment). Drivers need only a valid driver’s license to compete and the 24 Hours of Lemons racers’ experience runs the gamut from total novices to professional drivers.
This years marks Lemons’ 14th season after the first race at Altamont Speedway in California in 2006. Since then, the 24 Hours of Lemons has held more than 225 endurance races, begun road rallies (Lemons Rally), crapcan car shows (Concours d’Lemons), and opened to Southern Hemisphere version of the series in Australia and New Zealand. Those additional Lemons Rally and Concours d’Lemons dates will be released soon.
For more information and to register for a 24 Hours of Lemons race in 2020, visit www.24hoursoflemons.com.
24 Hours of Lemons 2020 Schedule
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FEB 1-2: Shine Country Classic – Barber Motorsports Park (Leeds, AL)
FEB 29-MAR 1: La Carrera Arizona – Inde Motorsports Ranch (Willcox, AZ)
MAR 7-8: Yokohama Tire’s Big Willow Weekend – Willow Springs Raceway (Rosamond, CA)
MAR 28-29: Cain’t Git Bayou – NOLA Motorsports Park (New Orleans, LA)
APR 4-5: Doing Time in Joliet – Autobahn Country Club (Joliet, IL)
APR 18-19: The Pitt Maneuver – Pittsburgh Int’l Race Complex (Wampum, PA)
APR 25-26: Southern Discomfort, Unwisely Presented by Yokohama Tire – Carolina Motorsports Park (Kershaw, SC)
MAY 30-31: Yokohama Tire Days of Thunderhill – Thunderhill Raceway Park (Willows, CA)
JUN 6-7: The B.F.E. GP – High Plains Raceway (Deer Trail, CO)
JUN 13-14: The Real Hoopties of New Jersey at HooptieCon – New Jersey Motorsports Park (Millville, NJ)
JUN 27-28: The Rust Belt GP – Gingerman Raceway (South Haven, MI)
JUL 25-26: Pacific Northworst GP – The Ridge Motorsports Park (Shelton, WA)
AUG 8-9: GP de Lac Chargoggaggogg(etcetera) – Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park (Thompson, CT)
AUG 22-23: Heartland Parked – Heartland Motorsports Park (Topeka, KS)
SEP 12-13: The Lemons Block Party – Carolina Motorsports Park (Kershaw, SC)
SEP 19-20: High Plains Drifter – High Plains Raceway (Deer Trail, CO)
SEP 26-27: The Minneapolis 500 – Brainerd International Raceway (Brainerd, MN)
SEP 26-27: Button Turrible, Bafflingly Presented by Yokohama – Buttonwillow Raceway Park (Buttonwillow, CA)
OCT 3-4: Smells Like AMC Spirit – The Ridge Motorsports Park (Shelton, WA)
OCT 10-11: The Tony Swan Never Say Die Memorial – Gingerman Raceway (South Haven, MI)
OCT 17-18: Halloween Hooptiefest – New Hampshire Motor Speedway (Loudon, NH)
NOV 14-15: Yokohama Tire Stuntin’ & Splodin’ Soiree – MSR Houston (Angleton, TX)
DEC 5-6: Yokohama Tire Arse-Freeze Apalooza – Sonoma Raceway (Sonoma, CA)
DEC 12-13: The Kim Harmon Scrotium 500 – Road Atlanta (Atlanta, GA)