|Let's start with the start and then turn our attention to the cars that were there - either in the race or practice.|
|Big names, great team but a disappointment: Cecotto, Larini and Francia retired this CiBiEmme Alfa 75 V6.|
|Even in Swedish hands, the Maserati Biturbo proved a disaster in touring car racing. A driveshaft failure meant another DNF here.|
|Luigi turned to Sierra's in 1988 - but the fine BMW years were long ago by now. No finish for #14 in Spa.|
|The shape of things to come; a flame-throwing Nissan. A decent 6th at the finish.|
|A good old 635: a non-finisher for Di Goia, Delavallade and Févrot.|
|The Toyota Supras were in better shape than last year. The Swiss atmo car finished fifth...
||... but the two IMC Supras retired.
|Another oldie: the Rover Vitesse. This one retired with a broken rear axle, just like the old days...||But this modern Sierra retired as well. It is the car of Bolderheij, van Hilten and Winderinckx. The engine blew less than an hour in the race.|
|... just like this Belgian BMW.||Third place at the end: the Bigazzi M3 of Laffite/Martin/Grouillard.|
|A DNF for the Bychl/Faubel/Walterscheid-Müller team.
||This BMW reached the finish too, with lots of tank tape.|
|This Prodrive car finished 8th.||The second Prodrive car retired.
|A colorful entry of Garaga Du Bac, Spa regulars for years now. The French car did not finish due to engine problems.||Their second car retired as well.|
|A private car for Vanicek/van Hooydonk/van Dedem; they finished 21st.||Another retirement: the Lingmann-M3.|
|The Linder car of Lohr/Schmickler/Bartels finished 7th.||Jamin, Bertinchamps and Maljean finished in 19th place.|
|10th: the Wollgarten 325i.||12th: another 325i, still going strong.|
|Hans van der Beek brought the usual unusual Mazda to Spa. They finished, but in a lowly 23rd position.|
|A pitstop for the Mazda.||An Australian Corolla: Holden/Gulson/Lintott finished 25th.|
|This Honda finished 20th...||... while this one retired.|
|An FX-GT Tom's Corolla, is was not classified.
||Holvoet/Van Esch and Hemmes retired this Corolla.|
|18th and fifth in class: yet another Corolla of Hardy/Peters/Schenk.||Schnitzer took another Spa victory, this year with Ravaglia, Heger and Quester.|
|A good result for Nissan: they finished 6th.|