|This is the works Capri of Fitzpatrick and Walkinshaw.||Dennis Thorne and Patrick Leeson drove this Magnum; they would retire.|
|This can't be a Group 1 car, but it did start anyway - it retired.
|On the left a Fiat 128 coupé which shouldn't be there according to my results; the entry list mentions a Datsun! The #43 Escort is the Coffey/Moores car which would finish 20th.||The Rouse/Dron Dolomite which finished fifth and third in class.|
|A bunch of reserves (non-starters): Caufriez/Francken...
|... and Naveau/Sauvage.
|Some 1300 cc cars together; the #81 Datsun (Stevens/Touchard), #76 Fiat (Meloni/Van Dijck) and #80, the Datsun of Chavan, Sonveau and Miroux.||The #81 Datsun again.|
|One of the top entries: the works Capri II for Bourgoignie and Fontaine; it would retire.
|Three pictures of the grid and a few more from the start. Large pictures this time, since it reveals quite some interesting cars, like the Renault 17TS and a few Datsun 120a coupés.|
|The impressive Mustang of Rubens/Delbar. Left a practice shot where they claimed pole; but as so often with American Iron, the car retired.|
|The yellow #2 Mustang, Koob/Kridel, retired as well.|
|What a big one: the Chrysler Hemicuda, driven by Deprez and Bertinchamps. When Deprez went ill, Bertinchamps was left without a co-driver. He wanted to draft in Rubens instead, and all other competitors agreed. But the organisation refused, so Bertinchamps was forced to retire. He never drove again.|
|Feider/Detrin/Delcourt drove this BMW CSi, and finished 17th.|
|The eventual winner, Luigi BMW #12 leading the Audi 80 of Hecq, Landeloos and Laurent - they finished 21st.|
|The Luigi BMW of Xhenceval, Dieudonné and Peltier in the pits and on the track.|
|The sister car of Dieudonné, de Fierlant and Demol fared less well - they finished 10th.|
|The Group 1 BMW of "Pedro" and Laurent.||Opels: Tricot/Nève ahead of the DNRT Manta.
|This is the #16 Commodore of Tricot and Nève which retired.|
|The Group 1 Commodore of Ravenel/Grué/Joosen finished 27th overall.
||Another Group 1 Commodore (Wauters, Polak and Nève) - they finished eight.
|The Commodore leading the Alfa of Lauria and Brunetti.|
|The Ford UK Capri II with Walkinshaw/Fitzpatrick was fast but retired.|
|The midly tuned Hermetite Capri I of Blackburn/Crabtree - it retired too.|
|The Ford Belgium Capri II with Bourgoignie and Fontaine retired as well.||Zeccoli/Dona retired the Autodelta GTV.
|Grey Autodelta Alfa Romeos: #31 Facetti/"Paco", retired; #32 Haxhe, Berger and Cazzago retired as well, while #33, Ballot-Lena and Béguin finished second.|
|Autodelta entry 34 (red!), Pezzali/Possumato/Stefanelli finished 11th overall.
||A GTV of the Promoteam: "James" and "Steve", 13th overall.
|Chamaillard and Byttebier shared this Promoteam car and finished sixth overall.
||#40, another Alfa of the Promoteam; they finished 7th.|
|#40 in the pits.
||Imbert and Serpaggi retired.|
|A nice Belgian BMW 2002; this one retired.||Spa regular Coffey shared with "Paul Kelly" and finished 20th overall.
|This is the Dutch Manta of the DNRT; it finished 12th.||Hine/Grainal finished ninth in the Dolomite.
|Dolomite #46 was driven by Hine and Grainal; they finished 9th overall.|
|The Dolomite of De Wael, Stalpaert and Handley on the left, the #40 Alfa Romeo on the right.||Dupré/Soulard finished 29th in the Audi 80 GT.
|This is the Audi 80 with Beziat and Charrier, 19th overall.||And this is a German one; the Abt car of Abt, Nowak and Weber; a retirement.|
|Another Audi: the 80 GT of Hollebecq/Laurent, retirement.
||Vandecaveye/van Kerkhoven brought the Renault 17 to second in class.
|Holvoet and Engels retired this Celica GT.|
|Hecq, Landeloos and Laurent finished 21st overall and fourth in class.
||Future winner J.M. Martin shared this Alfa 1600 with de Jamblinne; 22th at the finish.|
|Lauria/Brunetti retired the 1600 Junior Alfa.||Simca Rallye 2: "Marco" and Delhaes retired.
|Moll/Eichner retired this Fiat 128 coupé.||Laffeauch, Zeppelini and Raulet brought this Datsun to 24st overall and second in class.|
|Gonay, Delvenne and Raulet again took the sister car to 28th overall.||Gerckens/Szameit, 25th overall.|
|Laplume/Di Stefano 23rd overall and 1300 cc class winners.||The podium.