|The winner of the race would be the immaculate Alpina BMW with old hands Quester and Hezemans.|
|The only Luigi CSL: Xhenceval/Dieudonné came second, the other CSL being destroyed in Belgium.|
|This looks like another Luigi car - it was in 1976, but was then sold to Italy, and to confuse the spectators the UFO livery was the same as Luigi's... it retired with a blown engine.|
|The #5 Jaguar retired...|
|... like the #6 car. They made a great show, nonetheless.|
|The Raymond Raus BMW was piloted by the owner as well als Maassen and old warrior Lubin. They finished a respectable 6th.|
|One of the Dutch Group 1B Camaros: van Gelderen/Deen retired early.|
|The noisy Mazda RX5 of Markey and Palmer; they finished 15th.||Up front the BMW CSi of (if my memory serves me rihgt) Coorengel and Tjan. They were not allowed to race.|
|Fresco/Remeus (DNF) about to be lapped by the second Eggenberger car.
||The #22 Commodore was driven by van Oosterom, Hutzezon and Frankenhout. 14th overall, third in class - ahead of the Mazda RX5...
|There were still Capri RS's racing in the ETCC. But they had seen better days. The car on the left, a genuine RS 2600 (Siller/Pöschko), retired; the Capri II below (Hinz/Walter) finished 17th overall. Their respective practice times wouldn't have put them in the top-10 of any Dutch Group 1B championship race...|
3-litre coupé of Austrians Werginz and Loibnegger finished ninth
overall; they are followed by Fornera/Franz/Camathias, seventh and
||A Group 1B Commodore, piloted by Zwaanenburg and Formula 1 driver Brett Lunger, who wanted some mileage before the Grand Prix. It retired after the first stint of Lunger.|
CSL was shared by F1 driver Boy Hayje - they finished a fine third, a
small consolation for Hayje, who had a miserable year in F1.
|The missing CSL of Luigi was replaced by this Group 1B/Group 2 hybrid 530. They finished fifth overall, with Dewael and Grano doing the driving while Grohs provided the spectacle.|
|Buschor and König swapped their Alpina engines for Heidegger, I guess. 11th and third in class.
|Nijsten/Houthuyzen retired the Alfetta GTV.
||Hegels and Tibor finished eight and second in class. Respectable.
|Leyland brought engines not only for the Jaguars but for the Dolomite as well. Bron/Brun shared the fate of the Jaguars and retired with clutch problems.|
|Dimmendaal and Prentzel retired this 2002.
||Eggenberger was luckless here; the Brun/Vermeulen car retired with engine problems.|
|The other Eggenberger BMW finished a lowly 20th overall with Hufstad and Reinke.|
|A difficult race for Kluit and Akersloot: after leading the class they dropped back to 12th overall and 4th in class.|
|An old 2002 can still be very good looking. I guess these are Mirer/Vanoli, who retired.
||Lauria and Bovy in the Alfa GTV were 18th overall.
|Kuhlmann and Rummel retired.
||Oldies Maasland and Slotemaker shared this youngtimer GTV; they finished 16th overall.
|An unusual car was this Spanish Chrysler 2 Litres; slow but spectacular.||Bieler/Schramm/Arlt retired this Scirocco.
|Even the Jägermeister Scirocco retired in this race - Bergmeister/Henzler broke their gearbox.|
|In front of the Jägermeister car the Scirocco of Bieler/Schramm/Arlt.||The Yugoslavian Scirocco of Regvart/Suster - 13th overall, second in class.|
|Despite this mishap in practice, Stocker/Siegrist won their class finishing 4th overall.|
|Hecq/Nowak retired this Belgian Audi.
||The hood of this Dutch Datsun 120A Coupé. I suppose it did not qualify.|
|This Alfasud Sprint was piloted by Glerch and Schmidt; they finished second in class.||Zampa/Breard
finished tenth overall and won their class. An Argentine radio station
was present on the circuit to keep the home listeners up to date.
|Unlike its sister car, this Argentinian Alfasud did not qualify (Parrado/Marquez).
|A harmless spin for Hufstadt/Reinke, but it underlined it was not Eggenberger's weekend.
|A good fight between the Jag and the Alpina BMW lasted not for long.
|See you next year (the Luigi car, not the Jaguar...)