Donington BTCC 1989

A full entry for the 1-hour long distance event. This is Rouse, sharing with Percy. They would retire.
Mahony/Ayles retired too.
Newman/Lyall retired after a fire.
Sean Walker and youngster Damon Hill finished fourth in the Goode Sierra.

Bristow was partnered by Tiff Needell; they won the race!
Harvey/Sears leading their teammates.
The #7 Labatt's car again, now heading Hathaway/Wallis.
Now they are leading Gravett/Allam. Harvey/Sears finished third.
Edwards/Percy leading Dowset/Goddard. Another shot of the second Rouse car.
A car not often seen on the net: Hathaway's Sierra. The car retired. Here's Pinkneys TDR Sierra leading a Prodrive M3.
Pinkney and Scarborough retired too - they were 17 Sierras at the start, 10 retired and one was disqualified.
O'Brien and Donovan shared the other TDR Sierra - you've guessed it, they retired.

Brodie and Gilbert-Scott however finished tenth.
Smith and Wilds retired this trakstar car... ... the other one finished second with Gravett and Allam.
Van Kouwen and Dieudonné drove this JQF Sierra... ... and finished fifth.
If there are 17 Sierras on the road, you may find some of them together. Enough Sierras, here's the M3 of Clark and Jeffrey; they retired.
This Prodrive car was driven by Weaver and Soper; only 11th at the line. Sytner and Hoy finished sixth and won the class.
Forrest and Hunter drove this M3 to eight and third in class. Hall/Abbott retired.
Llewelyn and Marshall finished a fine seventh and second in class. 16th and 4th in class: the Golf of Minshaw and Brindley.
14th and 3rd in class was this Peugeot of Jordan and Tyson. Morris and Williams retired.
Champion-to-be Cleland shared his Astra with Flux; 9th overall and yet another class win. Aitken-Walker and Woodman finished 12th, second in class.
The little ones: Kimber-Smith and Cowell retired. Crudgington and Nicholson (used to much faster equipment) finished 15th and second in class.

Race result

1989 Pictures