|Let's go backwards through the entry list this time. Small cars first...|
Nothelle-Audi 50, far too small for this race really. It was driven by
Walter Piel and an unknown co-driver. Car retired
||The only Dutch car entered here, Redeker and van Zwam with the old Alfa. Retired with engine problems.|
|Becker/Rösser, a great 10th overall...||... but even better were Bergmeister and Wolf, winning division 1 and finishing fouth overall...|
|After the Dahlhäser Scirocco others were to follow. This is the Arlt/Bieler car, 12th in class. Great livery...|
|Colorful Postert Toyota for Stuckenbrock and Croes. Retired.||#48 BMW of Schirmer being attacked by Heyer/Hennige/Denzel.|
|Sven Erik Olsson's Volvo 142, 7th in class.||Careful examination of this picture might suggest that it is #25, Ochs and Tibor - the Goodyear decal giving the latter name away. 5th overall.|
|An ex-Broadspeed car, probably even with 15" wheels for Jolly Club. Mohr/Finotto/Colzani practiced 8th fastest, but it retired.|
|The Heyer/Finotto car which was badly damaged in practice. DNS.||Brun/Arm in the Herbert Müller car. Retired.|
|The other Eggenberger/Müller entry: Keller/Schurti. Another DNF.|
|Oops. A flat tire for Ascona 1600 #59. An unbelievable 10th on the grid, result unknown. The Commodore is probably #11, Weisheidinger/hackner, retired.|
|Rummel and Hinz, Faltz-Alpina BMW; retired.||The Fitzpatrick/Krebs/Quester and Zondler BMW; a difficult puzzle about who was to drive ended with an early retirement.|
|Betzler/Bertrams in the newly rebuilt CSL. Third overall.|
|A new ex-IMSA car for Kelleners and Grohs - who won.|
|Second was yet another Faltz car, that of Peltier and Müller.|
|A battered BMW.
||Bringing up the rear of this group is the Spiess Jägermeister NSU.
||... antoher nice group, the Kilian Audi in the middle.
|The Faltz car hunting the Schnitzer one.
||Bremmekamp/Ickenroth being lapped by the Faltz car.
|Sonntag in the old Commodore.||Miltz in his Group 1 BMW.|
|This is the #7 BMW CSL, Becker/Scheid, a car seen on long-distance racing in Germany. They retired.
cc cars: ahead (but probably not for long) is the Sunbeam Avenger of
Lagodny/Mathieu, next the Kilian Audi 80 GT of Kilian and Hansen. The
Audi retired, the Sunbeam probably too - if it started in the first
|Arlt/Bieler leading the NSU of Wisskirchen, with the Audi 50 of Piel behind.
||Hebe with the 1602 BMW, probably a DNF too.
|The KWS BMW 16702 of Wilhelm(y?) and Stern, DNF I guess.
is the Gilges NSU, a DNF as well I suppose. It seems Helmut only sent
me pictures cars which were not in my results up to now...
|Gillessen and Berger finished a creditable 9th.