|This is the Commodore of Joosen/"Marco" in the paddock. Take a look at Robert Clayson's site: Robert Clayson Photographic|
|One of the few cars specially built for this championship not coming from Belgium: the Abt Audi 80 GT.
||The British works Capri of Blackburn.
|Stuart Graham built a Camaro specially for this occasion.||Lloyd used his BSCC car with a few changes.|
|Luigi racing brought one car for de Fierlant/Xhenceval.|
|The Dutch Commodore was hired by Kelleners and Krebs.||The Joosen Commodore, now moving.|
|Opel brought the works car for Hanson; but it only lasted a few laps in practice.||A rare picture of the eventual champions, Berndtson and Meloni.|
|The start: Camaro in the lead.||A few laps later Graham has moved up to second...|
|... and an eventual victory.||The other works Capri was shared by Walkinshaw, Blackburn and Crabtree - it retired, just like the sister car.
|This must be Woodman.||The semiworks car of Kelleners and Krebs.|
|The identical machine of BP Belgium for Nève/Tricot.||Leyland (like Graham and Barrie Williams) built a car specially for this event; here is Rouse leading Lloyd.
|This loks like a battle between the works Dolomite and Lloyd's Camaro.
|Marshall retired the Firenza.
||Roger Bell and Jerry Birrell finished 13th in this Dolomite.
|Here they are leading Markey/Palmer and the Irish Escort of Poole/Brennan/McMahon.
||Collier and Carr shared this Capri - they finished as high as eight.
|Barrie Williams was a DNF like so many others.
||Cutting/Cobb/Percy were fifth overall and won their class.
|The lower ranks: a British Alfasud dicing with (probably) the 1600 GTV of Lauria/Brunetti.||
The "Sud" being passed by the Capri #9.
|Another Alfasud for Dooley/Greenslade.||Coffey/Williams on the inside of the Fiat coupé of Neri/Neri Jr.