The Bernal Dads have arrived here to field their brand-new crapcan race car, a 1987 Alfa Romeo Milano acquired on the cheap from the estate of a deceased gentleman in Marin.
Entering an Italian car in a grueling endurance race that places a premium on reliability and spare parts availability suggests a serious lack of good judgement; a perception confirmed by their unholy decision to transform the Alfa Romeo Milano into a V6-powered bag of eponymous cookies:
On the positive side, the roof-mounted cookie may help increase aerodynamic stability at speed.
The interior demonstrates a similar commitment to precision engineering and fine Italian craftsmanship:
Wish the Bernal Dads luck on the track. They’re driving a fuel-injected cookie in a 17 hour, wheel-to-wheel road race, so they’re going to need it.
UPDATE: It raced! Eventually! And it looked delicious:
PHOTOS: Bernal Dads Racing