Sears Point Raceway: When Road Racing Came to California’s wine country

The classic road course, set in northern California’s wine country, started life in 1968 as Sears Point Raceway. The 2.52-mile road racing course was constructed on 720 acres by Marin County attorney Robert Marshall Jr. and land developer Jim Coleman. Conceived during a hunting trip, ground breaking for the circuit began in August 1968, with paving completed by November the same year. The SCCA held the first event on December 1, 1968 and the early years at the facility saw Trans Am draw large crowds alongside a one-off USAC Indycar race in 1970… read more >

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