Friday, June 15, 2012

WEEKLY QUESTION: Either/or/both

This is the 2012 Lola B12/80 LMP2 chassis run by a handful of teams that are just as likely to lose the 24 Hours of Le Mans as you are. Like the 24 Hours of LeMons and ChumpCar World Series, LMP2 is a cost-capped class. But none of this matters because you don't come here for information about sports car racing.

We asked our readers last week about this weekend's 24 Hours of Le Mans and which team would win the LMP2 class. And, as it turns out, very few people who read this blog care about the real Le Mans or at the very least don't come here to discuss professional racing. And who can blame them?

We only received six votes for this poll: two for Oak Racing, one for Lotus, one for Greaves Motorsports, one for Level 5, and one for Starworks (the last two being the two American entries into LMP2).

In any event, no experts have really been able to say definitively who will even be on the LMP2 podium because it's so wide open. You're as likely to pick winners if you draw team names out of a hat.


Well, we learned our lesson by overstepping our coverage area and asking about professional racing, so we'll get back to crapcan racing now. We want to know about your crapcan series preference. Some people, it seems, are particular to either the 24 Hours of LeMons or the ChumpCar World Series. Others are omnivorous with their crapcanning.

Which crapcan series do you prefer?

See the answers over to the right and let us know if you dwell in one camp or if you don't really care who's putting on the race so long as you can drive your hooptie around.

Check our Facebook page periodically this weekend (and Like us while you're there) for updates on the LeMons race at Summit Point and the ChumpCar race at Buttonwillow. Have a great Father's Day!

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