|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.|