Day 2 of “Sears Pointless” bought the glimmer of less rain, more penalties and a great day of racing, which is exactly what we got to see. Competitors took to the track to complete the weekend festivities in the hoping of earning a much garnered Lemons Trophy, and finding out how much money was raised for the Speedway Children’s Charities Sonoma Chapter.
We had action aplenty on the track as the lead changed numerous times, (unlike the earlier Formula One race) which led to much enjoyment throughout the crowd and a grandstand finish.
The results are as follows.
WINNER ON LAPS: #760, POS Racing (1991 BMW 325i, Encinitas CA)
INDEX OF EFFLUENCY: #8, Team Tinyvette (1969 Opel GT, Davis CA)
WINNER, CLASS A (THE GOOD): #187, Geo Metro Gnome (1992 Geo Metro, Los Angeles CA)
WINNER, CLASS B (THE BAD): #265, Team Harlequin (1994 Volkswagen Golf, San Francisco CA)
WINNER, CLASS C (THE UGLY): #8, Team Tinyvette (1969 Opel GT, Davis CA)
ORGANIZER’S CHOICE: #126, Kickin’ Ass (1972 Datsun 240Z, Glendora CA)
MOST HEROIC FIX: #18, All Day and All Night! (1987 BMW 325e, Portland OR)
JUDGES’ CHOICE: #243, Bernal Dads Racing (Miata/Volvo Wagon, San Francisco CA)
GRASSROOTS MOTORSPORTS MOST FROM THE LEAST AWARD: #171, Hurling Moss (1976 BMW 2002, Seattle WA)
MOST FANTASTIC YANK TANK: #808, Licensed to Ill (1984 Chevy S10, Hayward CA)
HIGHEST PLACING ’70s CONTENDER: #35, Team California Mille (1976 Alfa Romeo Alfetta GT, Novato CA)
The complete list of results can be found here.