Ann Arbor MI -- Today Car and Driver reported that OneHotLap, against the advice of mental-health professionals, will compete in the 24 Hours of LeMons -- a wheel-to-wheel car race for heaps that cost $500 or less. OneHotLap's team -- the unpromisingly named "Park Bench Racing Team (PBRT)" -- hits your local track on , where therapists and junkyard operators are already standing by.
One relative, on condition of anonymity, described OneHotLap's family as "...saddened but unsurprised" by the news. "Unfortunately, we've come to expect such lapses in judgment," the source told C/D.
Friends, coworkes, and relatives interested in staging an intervention and/or watching OneHotLap do something incredibly embarrassing can find more information at Car and Driver's LeMons minisite or LeMons' race info page.
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