|The first two pictures pose a bit of a problem; there's no #37 in the entry, it looks like a fourth (!) Jolly Club car.
||This car is in the entry list, and probably did not qualify. It shoud be the pairing of Maillien and Jones.
|Calamai and Zapico did not qualify this Alfasud TI.|
|This car qualified, but didn't make the start.
||And we're off, Kelleners/Grano in the lead.
|Mid-field...||... and more mid-field.
|The Eggenberger BMW leading Jag and Hartge BMW.
||Marazzi/Truffo fighting with the unique Audi 4000 of Dubois and Guiot.
|The Martin brothers and Woodman retired the Mustang.
||Kelleners and Grano won the race.
|The second Eggenberger car is not often seen. But here is the Vanoli/Isler car, finishing fifth.
||Stuck and Quester managed fourth.
|This Jag finished eigth...
||... while the sister car retired with a broken gearbox. The controversial underbody rear spoiler is visible nicely here.
|Lindtröm/Olofsson followed by the Mercedes we will see later in more detail.
||Delcourt/"Davit"/Trigaux finished a respectable third.
|Last years' 528 sister car retired - you'll know why.
||Lingmann and Hölzl chasing the BMW of Vojtech and Enge.|
|The couple from behind the iron curtain retired.
||Stureson/Persson in another Turbo Volvo. The cars were not very quick just yet, but that would soon change.
|Another car for the future, at least in Europe: the TWR Rover of Joosen and Lovett.
||Soper and Allam shared the other Rover, which retired - like the sister car.
|Is Heyer getting in or out? Driver change for the Juma BMW, its differential would play up
||A touch of oversteer for the Mustang.
|On of the few Capris remaining: pit stop for Pirnay/Lacroix.
||The lead Lucky Strike car was damaged too, but it went on to third anyway.
|Vanierschot and Carlier finished 12th in this Mercedes.||Bellof soon retired with a broken propshaft.
|Drovandi and Zapico, the latter switching from the Alfasud. With two wheels up in the air they went on to win their class.
||Francia and Marco Micangeli finished a lowly 26th overall.|
|De Deyne and Duez finished second in the Hartge BMW.||Herregods and Bergmeister drove this Scirocco to second in class.|