|Some practice shots: the Eggenberger BMW Italia car of Kelleners and Grano.||The second Eggenberger rarely features in the press. But here it is, unsponsored, with Rossi and Vanoli.|
|Schnitzer car #4 leads some fellow participants.||The Brundle/Fitzpatrick/Calderari Jaguar.|
|Delcourt brought his new car...||... and last years' one; this didn't qualify.|
|Allam and Soper shared this TWR Rover...
||... while this white car was shared by Joosen and Lovett.
|Two cars that failed the cut: the #12 Volvo and the #23 BMW.
||This car did not qualify too.
|Briozzo and a handful of friends did qualify this BMW.
Alfa #34 wasn't qualified I guess, while the pair of Schumacher and
Tilke worked hard but failed too. No it wasn't Michael, yes it was THE
|The Alfa Deutschland Alfetta did not qualify, but won the race for non-qualifiers as a consolation.
||Audi #50 leading the #30 Mazda of Irvine and Palmer.
|The Audi 80 of Seikel and Schörg.
||Heregods and Vermeersch shared this RAS Scirocco.
|Another bunch of cars trying to get into the race. The #55 Golf was in.
|On Sunday, the weather was terrible. This is the start...|
|... with Jaguar taking command.
||The tail of the field had problems of their own.
|Walkinshaw and Nicholson sailing through the water. It wasn't their day however.
|The second Jaguar was number one today: Brundle, Fitzpatrick and Calderari won the race.||The only Volvo in the race finished seventh with Lindström and Dickens.
|Bos or Duby buried their BMW in the kitty litter.
||Vojtech and Enge leading the #5 Schnitzer car...
|... they would finish fourth, the Schnitzer car second.
||Micangeli and Zapico finished third in class.