A guide to bribing 24 Hours of Lemons judges | Read now with GRM+

Colin
By Colin Wood
Jun 17, 2021 | 24 Hours of Lemons, GRM+

Under normal circumstances, you wouldn't try and bribe any sort of race official, but then again, not much is normal when it comes to the 24 Hours of Lemons.

Before they hit the track, all cars must go through a thorough inspection to determine their true value. This process, known as the BS Inspection, ensures that all cars adhere to the series' $500 budget limit.

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Of course, there is a way to deflect some of the judge’s scrutiny, and that’s where the bribing comes in.

What methods work best? We asked the folks at the 24 Hours of Lemons, and they shared some of their favorites back in the October 2013 issue of Grassroots Motorsports. You can read them now by getting GRM+ today—though we’re confident in saying that the wackier the bribe, the better it will be received.

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