|The number 1 Jaguar.||Drovandi, Cremer and Pirenne drove this Luigi Alfa Romeo.|
|Lombardi and Francia shared this Jolly Club car...||... while we wouldn't see this other Jolly Club car again this weekend.|
|Hartge brought two cars: this one for Enge...||... and this one for Vojtech.|
|This is a second Drury Alfa, either reserve or not qualified.||A BMW 635 for Haezebrouck, probably a non-qualifier as well.|
|The engine and the whole car: the MG Metro Turbo, one of the many Leyland cars in the race.|
|Practice pictures. The number 1 Jag: Heyer and Walkinshaw.|
|Calderari and Sears drove #2.||Number three was driven by Percy and Nicholson, here followed by the #27 Volvo GTM car of Delcourt, Dieudonné and Baert.|
|Two Schnitzer cars: the usual #4 car with Stuck and Quester, a modest #5 for Ravaglia and Danner.|
|Grano and Müller Jr shared this BMW Italia 635...
||... Kelleners and Brancatelli the other.|
|There were quite some Rovers present as well. Three works cars, here the #19 Pond/Schlesser car.|
|Felder and Hamelmann a private 635; good to see Weisberg still sponsoring a race car.|
|This looks like Sawyer-Hoare's car, but I can't find him in the entry list.||The second GTM Volvo; this is the Pirnay/Nčve car.|
|The Soper/Hahne Rover.||Sportpromotion: this is the Volvo of Granberg and Elgh.|
|Yet another Volvo for Stureson and Persson.||hi Starion: another one not on my entry list.|
|This British Scirocco was driven by Morris, Beacham and Postins.
||The familiar Audi 80 for Arlt and Hölscher.
|Pole: Walkinshaw and Heyer.||Second: Percy and Nicholson.|
|Row 1 and row 2: Three Jaguars and a Rover at the front.|
|First BMW on row three, while the Schnitzer car was down in row 6.|
|... and the're away!|
| Some hairy action going into Woodcote for the first time.
|The bunch jostle for position into the chicane at the end of lap 2.||Weaver/Thackwell. BTCC regular James Weaver was partnered by Mike Thackwell for this race.|
|Drovandi/Cremer/Pirenne. Drovandi spins after contact with a VW Golf.|
|Pond/Schlesser. Another outing for British rallyman Pond in the works Rover.||Kelleners/Brancatelli. The winners splashed through the rain to win.|
|But the coulds thickened and it became dark...||This BMW (Dorchy/Ballot-Léna) trails catch fencing as a result of being the first spinner in the downpour that left six wrecks at Woodcote corner.|
|And then... mayhem at Woodcote...|
|From a different angle. Only four cars are parked in the wall at the moment (!), and the car on fire is that of Williams. The Voitch/Enge BMW is just coming into view backwards, but he managed to stay out of the wall.|
|"Regenmeister" Stuck had to hand over to Quester just as the rain started to fall.||It sure looked dark.
|And wet: this Jag survived and finished second.
||A Terry Drury Alfetta chasing I guess Clark and Sutherland.
|Lindström and Olofsson finished sixth...
||... while this Golf fell apart somewhere.