Monthly Archives: July 2011
Here are all the drives from this weekend’s 24 hour of Lemons in Stafford Springs, CT. After blowing the engine in the first 24 laps we go on to have 9 full stints on the second day, July 24th. Damn … Continue reading
Mark takes the wheel for the final leg in the Peugeot French Toast at 24 hours of Lemons at Stafford Springs, July 24th 2011. After a night of engine swap the team races hard all the way to the checkered … Continue reading
Here’s the first of the in-car cam videos. After 12 minutes and 24 laps of spirited driving Paul blows the engine on the Peugeot. Its 43 minutes long. At 36m30s it all lets go. Let the 24 hour wrench-a-thon begin.
Well fans, its over. French toast gave it their all this weekend and claimed the coveted heroic fix award at this year’s 24 Hours of Lemon at Stafford Springs, CT. To make an epic story short, Saturday French toast started … Continue reading
The trailer is packed, the car is french toast and we’re down to only 3287 items left on the todo list. Here’s some event info Beth was kind enough to put together for anyone that may want to come watch. … Continue reading
Dave fired up the sprayer along with a dose of chutzpa to bring this bread topped french mobile together. The twin boot lid grills were securely fastened in and tested under simulated breakfast conditions. French toast with functional fresh air … Continue reading
3 days to go and all systems go. Just don’t touch anything. Justin looks cool and collected while I took the camera for a spin.
1 week left till’ race day and there’s much to do. Most of the day was spent on sticker strategy and general banter about the guy on the Lemons forum that wants to do a swap with a 1930 airplane … Continue reading
Our team name/theme for this year’s Boston Tow Party & Overhead Cam Bake is now French Toast. After some deliberation and last minute wait-the-punishers-as-a-team-name-makes-no-french-or-food-reference thoughts we decided to go with our new deep and awe inspiring name. Visit us in … Continue reading
Installing a roll cage the night before Bastille day is a time honored tradition among rural parts of Federal road. After some downtime and general malaise the Punishers rallied today. Quite unbelievably it looks respectable. From PunisherGP From PunisherGP From … Continue reading