Cheap racing isn't new, but organized events like LeMons and CHUMP CAR have turned into multi-million dollar operations, and made endurance racin more accessible than ever. These organizations recognized the demand for cheap, safe, and competitive racing -- so they made a business out of it. Ten years ago if you wanted to enter a 24 Hour endurance race, the cheapest option you could find would cost you over $5,000 just for a ride in someone else's car. These days, $5,000 buys you a complete car that's competitive in a cheap racing series. In this episode, the /DRIVE team explores this cheap racing solution -- Is it all that it's cracked up to be? Is it safe? Is it competitive? Can you have fun with friends? Can real racing theories of sponorship, cheating, and strategy be applied to this cheap form of racing? /DRIVE finds out by going to the 24 Hours of VIR as part of the CHUMP CAR World Series.