Yes, absolutely. The link is below. It is the California Bureau of Automotive Repairs smog check history webpage. You'll be able to search any vehicle's smog check records by VIN or license plate number. The system will report back all past smog inspections, including tests which have been aborted and those which have failed due to incomplete emission monitors.
California Vehicle Smog Check History
Pass/Fail Code Definitions: P=Pass, F=Fail, A=Aborted, R=Not Ready.
D = Data Check Fail. The vehicle's OBD system data is inappropriate for the vehicle being tested
T=Failed test with Emission Device found to be Tampered.
*A "Blank" column can also indicate an aborted test.