1, somewhere in the middle of the pack. We recognize Weiss, Peil
(Kadett), Weiler and Hessel on his way to the front - on wets.
||Van de Poele had pole, and finished tenth - after a puncture. The Juniors sure made their mark.
|Lindberg finished ninth.
||Grohs damaged his oil sump and retired.
|Schneider came no further than 14th...
||... one place ahead of teammate Nodes.
|Van Ommen finished a creditable fourth, but this wasn't Mercedes' year.
||Klammer finished sixth.
|Three other Sierra teammates: Mertes (retired)...
||... Reuter (seventh)...
|... and Reich, who finished 20th.
||Strycek retired his BMW 635.
|If a Kadett could score, then in the rain: but Peil came no further than 13th.
||Thiim's Alfa Romeo stayed together, he finished eight.
|Manthey on the rostrum: third.
||Gallina raced his Mercedes once again, and finished 24th.
|Another privateer Mercedes: "Ludwig Weber" in 21st spot.
||And another one: Weiler, finished 22nd.
|The normally immaculate Alpina BMW is a bit battered here: Bovensiepen retired. The car would shine in 1987: but in other hands.
||Gröpper retired his Mustang.
|Poulsen from Denmark finished 23rd, inmidst three Mercedes.
||This (and the
next cars) is a car from the Tourenwagen Trophäe, a sort of second
division: the right place for a Manta - and Jürgen Fritsche. I know
nothing about the outcome of the race.
|Günter Schmidt (no, from Berlin unlike the ATS team boss) with his Golf.
||Here's Tommy Suchazka with another Golf.
|A Toyota for Rainer Dalm.
||This fiery Golf was driven by Klaus-R. Löw.|
|Reinhard Schall in his Toyota Corolla.