24 Hours of Lemons organiser Sean Herbert with some of the trophies presented at Morgan Park Raceway on Sunday.
24 Hours of Lemons organiser Sean Herbert with some of the trophies presented at Morgan Park Raceway on Sunday. Gerard Walsh

24 Hours of Lemons will be back for more endurance action

MOTORSPORT: The 24 Hours of Lemons ran for the first time at Morgan Park Raceway at the weekend.

Lemons refers to a bomb worth $1000 being done up for racing.

The organisers stress it is all about the fun and most importantly to finish.

All trophies are made from engine parts, the smallest trophy is for most laps.

They had four hours of practice on Friday and races all day Saturday and Sunday but when they return, they will be racing from 3pm on Friday, September 20, to 3pm the next day and then there will be a party for all those who had a go.

Nominations are open for a Warwick team keen to compete in Lemons racing, go to the 24 Hours of Lemons, Australia, website.

The cars at the weekend weren't too loud and they will be even quieter for the 24-hour race in September when each vehicle must have a noise restricter.