|Gardner leaning over his Camaro's engine room.|
|The Silverstone round always showed interesting cars from the domestic series - here the AMC Javelin of David Howes.|
|The Camaro of Thomas and Sanger - not eligible for ETCC points.||The works Capri of Mass.|
|Two private Capri's: The Frami car for Franck/Hezemans...||... and the British car for Muir.|
|There were Escorts, of course: the British car of Brodie...||... and Crabtree.|
|A regular ETCC competitor: the Broadspeed BDA of de Uriarte/Barrios.||The Bevan Imp of McGovern, British champion for years, finished 14th; the other car was on the reserve list.|
|The two Filipinetti Fiats.|
|The Swedish Topcon team brought three Juniors...|
|... just like the Autodelta team.|
|Shrewd Hezemans qualified the private Capri second behind the Camaro of Gardner, but ahead of the works and Gartlan cars!
||From left to right: Glemser, Muir, Mass and Leech's Mustang.|
|The works Capri of Mass.||The Broadspeed Escort receiving some last-minute treatment.
|Heat 2 grid: Mass, heat 1 winner, on pole with Muir second.||Hezemans started third (did Franck ever take the wheel at all this weekend?) with Walkinshaw next.|
|Row 3: de Uriarte, next the Camaro of Martin Thomas, Facetti on the right.||One of the three Swedish Topcon Alfa Romeos.|
|A real fight between the Cologne works car and the privateer entry of Franck and 1972 journeyman Hezemans. They try to lap Mendham (Mini) and Coffey (Escort TC).|