|The Voulaz/Cipriani Alfa Turbo, prepared by Albatech.||Winkelhock and Allam shared this Wolf Sierra.|
|The Von L÷wis car, a private BMW doing very well in Germany.
||This is the Corolla of Kimber-Smith.
|The K÷nig/Baron/Werginz BMW M3.||Francia and Larini would share this works Alfa Romeo.|
|And Alfa had another weapon: the Brixia team, sponsored by Beretta guns.||Sala/Grouillard would play a big role in the race with their Bigazzi car.|
|Hahne, Hytten and Tesini raced this Maserati.||This Serge Power car, normally driven by Hin in the Netherlands, was hired by Covey and Jeffrey.|
|The Soper/DieudonnÚ Sierra.||Pirro/Ravaglia/Ratzenberger shared this Schnitzer BMW.|
|Rouse drove his usual WTCC car.||Another pic of the Voulaz/Cipriani Alfa Romeo.|
|Laffite and Barilla...||... and Francia and Larini (not Schlesser...).|
|Calderari/Mancini in the CiBiEmme BMW.||Oberndorfer and Klammer shared this AMG BMW.|
|Row 1: Soper/DieudonnÚ and Rouse/Tassin.||Row 2: Ludwig/Niedzwiedz and Hall/Percy.|
|Two lfas leading the Harvey Rover with the Supra Turbo behind.
||The Belgian Delcourt/Guyaux Holden they shared with Mahoney leading the Corolla of Grassetto and Charouz.
|Jones/Curnow ahead of the Holden and the Corolla of Kimber-Smith and Cowell.
||Sytner/Duez/Smith sandwiched between two Alfas.
|The Prodrive BMW of Sytner/Smith/Duez gets it all wrong.||Percy/Hall in the Pete Halls' BTCC car.|
|Heyer and Joosen raced the RAS Supra turbo, a car which never made its mark in Europe.
||Bolderheij and youngster Kalff in the Sierra Cosworth, not yet in RS500 trim.
|Rouse and Tassin spalshing through the water.
||Oberdorfer/Klammer. Conditions were not quite cold enough for former skier Klammer, but they were slippery.|
|The Laffitte/Barilla Alfa.||Harvey/Sears with the Rover from the British series.|
|Eggenberger 1: Soper and DieudonnÚ.
||Eggenberger 2: Ludwig and Niedzwiedz.
|Oops!||Hodgetts/Bagnall get it all wrong.
|The Albatech Alfa is able to avoid more trouble.
||Kimber-Smith/Cowell at speed.
|Four Alfa 75 Turbos. Albatech...
||... and Alfa Corse.
|Hahne/Tesini/Hytten managed a rare finish with the Maserati.||The Wolf Sierra finished ninth.
|This Commodore ended in the kitty litter.
||The other Holden soldiered on to 14th overall.
|The Schwaben Motorsport M3 retired.
||This Alfa 33 finished 21st, fifth in class.
|The Czech Corolla of van Esch and Wirth finished right behind Alfa 33 #100.
||Third in class were Dowsett and Needell in the front wheel drive Corolla.
|This should be Oestreich and Ratzenberger; they retired.||Sala/Grouillard lost the race just minutes from the end.|
|Second: Schnitzer BMW/Yokohama: Pirro, Ravaglia and Ratzenberger.||Jones and Curnow retired.
|The winning Calderari/Mancini CiBiEmme BMW/Pirelli.||The surprised pair on the podium.