One of the wackiest Stunts contests managed by brazilian racer Leo Ramone in 2002-2004. The competition started silently in mid of 2002 until
Alan Rotoi found it by searching various Stunts related sites. The first season consisted of 6 races, but 4 of them finished with No Times.
Krys Toff became the first Stunts LOL champion just by winning his debut race.
Next year, in 2003, the contest received much more attention. It was kind of an unofficial Orion training ground, as the most active racers were members of this team. So no surprise Krys Toff defended the champion title, while Orion won Teams championship in a big margin.
The third season saw slightly bigger activity on tracks, but racer number stayed the same as previous year, a dozen. This time Gutix was a dominant force with top activity and 6 victories.
In 2015, Stunts LOL was revived in the form of Stunts LOL Classics, a competition which used the original Stunts LOL tracks in a WRC Stunts-like rally format.