IN a game full of controversy and good football, Vauxhall finished up hanging on desperately for a point when 20 minutes earlier they looked comfortable.
Worksop had earlier felt aggrieved on 26 minutes when Bambrook's far post header appeared to go over the line, only for the referee to wave play on.
Fifteen minutes later it was Vauxhall's turn to curse their luck as top scorer Fearns brilliantly turned his marker and struck a stunning shot, only to see his effort cannon off the bar.
After the break, the Motormen were full of running and it was no surprise when they took the lead in the 53rd minute as Nesbitt curled his corner straight into the Worksop net.
They also had other fine efforts by Cumiskey and Lawton and were in control, but the loss of both Macauley and Cumiskey through injury in quick succession aided a visitors' revival.
Worksop had strong claims for a penalty turned away and Sykes crashed a powerful header against the bar, before Caudwell ended a neat one-two with a drilled equaliser on 78 minutes.
Motors were pushed on the back foot, though in added time they were left bemused as Lawton appeared to be sent sprawling in the area, but again no decision in their favour by the official.
VAUXHALL: Kinsella, Spellman, McDermott, Robinson, McAuley, Whelan, Nesbitt, Lawton, Fearns, Macauley (Robertson 67), Cumiskey (Rey 73). Subs: Ward.