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11 thoughts on “Sears Point 1986”
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I think you have 1987 here, not 1986, I finished 11th and Jeff stern finished 10th in the Superbike race, you may want to double ck.
These shots are ’86 for sure. There was no F1 in ’87.
There were two races at Sears some years, this be the case. Have any schedules from then? I’ll see if I have one maybe.
According to my records,Sears had two AMA races in 84 and 85,the second event being the Pro AM races.
!986 had a single event held May 17/18
I have a race program from three AMA races in 86 so I’ll look up some names with those numbers on Friday,
number 239 should be Paul Van Zuyle out of Santa Monica,Calif
Number 24 behind Oliver should be James Stephens
In looking closely at the photo of Van Zuyle I’d say that is Brauneck mostly hidden behind based on the dark shield,white helmet and yellow leathers
picture #105 should be rider number 88 Mike Harth with Shobert following
Larry I don’t see details well anymore so if in some of those group start shot if you give me numbers I can check my programs to ID who’s who.
Having an 1986 Daytona program (was there having ridden my 86 Moto Guzzi Lario) which gives numbers assigned for 86,which to me is a gold mine no one sold a more complete rider break down than Daytona
Thanks Gary. I’m quite certain #88 is not Harth. I know that was his number, but I’m almost 100 percent that’s not him. The only thing I can think of is Shobert signed up for the endurance race and used it for practice or something like that. I’m guess that #88 is one of the endurance teams.
Larry………..that makes sense that is not Harth,my Sears program almost doesn’t mention the Endurance race at all except for a listing in the race schedule,even the vintage class had a small listing of entered riders.