But at long last the cars arrived and the temperature shot up to its accustomed place. On the same day Rindt won the Formula Vee race, Hap Sharp in a winged Chaparral won the combined Governors' Trophy-Nassau Tourist Trophy race, while Peter Gregg in a Porsche Carerra won the Grand Touring side of the event with a fourth-place overall finish. On Sunday, Mark Donohoe won the week's major show, the 250-mile Nassau Trophy race, and as everybody packed up to go home Crise announced that he had a bonus next year for the Formula Vee people. Since the Volkswagen factory now turns out a 1,493 cc. engine as well as the smaller-size block, he said, next year there would be two races, a 100-miler for the smaller engines and a 200-miler for the bigger ones. Rindt smiled. "Next year we come back with six engines," he said. "Three little ones and three big ones." It was enough to give an amateur chills, even in Nassau.