|The start of the Group 1 race under 1300 cc; the midfield fighting it out here.||Lammers took the lead.
|Lammers ahead of Bökenkamp.
||I suppose these are Krijnen (left) and Spoor, who is fighting oversteer.
|Lammers drove a fine race, enjoying himself I guess.
|Freek Hayes finds a new way around Gerlach.
||I suspect these are the remains of Cees van Oosterom's car.|
|The gird: Fred Frankenhout, Deen, Slotemaker, Boshuis (69) and Maasland.
||Row 3: Coorengel, Fresco and Hugenholtz Jr.
|Hugenholtz leading Fresco.
||But the latter was involved in an accident with Post, who stranded just a little further.
|Teammate Coorengel raced happily (vrolijk) to third in class.
||The big Group 1 race: this is the trademark of Rob Slotemaker, who finished second.|
|The grid for the small Group 2 field; on pole Antonides' luckless Datsun, the TM Essen Fiat of Franz beside him. Outside row 2: #6 Kok.||Two Datsun Cherries, Kok's Hillman and the Daf of Geeris.|
|Two DNF's: Koks (Datsun) and Laqueuille (Sunbeam).||Kok, Bevan Imp.|
|Verzijlbergen in a decent Abarth TCR lapping Kramer's milder car.||Dijkstra's beautiful Fiat coupé, which brought little joy over the years.
|Van Oorschot in his immaculate Spiess NSU.
||This is the last we saw from Siewertsen's Porsche - he damaged his oil cooler on the warmup lap...|
|Grid for the Big Bangers: De Vos (ex-Akerslot Capri, still with the original 1973 paint) on P2, van Zwam on P5.||Right after the start: I guess van Oorschot, de Vos, Dijkstra and the rest.|
|Lap 2: Dijkstra still in front!||Vermeulen's stand-in car fighting with van Zwam's Alfa Romeo GTAJ.|
|Frontrunners in the 1300 class: Dijkstra in the Fiat coupé (winner) and van Oorschot's immaculate NSU which retired.||Akersloot took it easy and stayed in front of Berg's Escort.|
|In this order they would finish: Akersloot, Berg, de Vos.
||Berg lapping van Oorschot's NSU.|