|A nice view of the Belgian Group N field in 1989; we start with division 2. This is the CRX of Tillekaerts.
||His teammate Koentges had a Civic VTEC.
Peugeots 205 took a long time to get competitive, but in September they
were. This is Bachelart, future Indycar owner, with a Serge Power car.
||Michel De Deyne was his teammate.
|This is the Ecurie Bruxelloise car of "Davit".
||Francois Turco drove this Golf GTI 16V.
|One of the IMC Toyotas was driven by Bernard Carlier.
||A Peugeot 205 GTI 1.9 for Meirschaut.
|Plennevaux with another Golf 16V.||Division 1 then. This is Yves Semoulin...|
|... and this is Verellen, his teammate.||Albert Vanierschot drove this Alpine; still a turbo car.|
|A BMW M3 for Willy Maljean||Jean-Michel Martin, still going strong, was driving this Audi 200 turbo.|
|A second Audi was driven by Winderinckx.
||Patrick Slaus piloted another Sierra Cosworth.|
|A somewhat older car, a BMW 535i, for André Carlier.||De Jamblinne drove a Porsche 911, an unusual touring car.|
|Guy Magermans had a Renault 5 GT Turbo.||Another M3, this is van Mol's car, sporting a front spoiler from the Evo Group A version. An early example of a waiver?|
|Jacques Semoulin, the fourth driver from that wellknown family, drove the Escort Turbo.||Pascal Witmeur in a 4-door Sierra.|
|Eddy Joosen had two doors less.||Last but not least: a Porsche 944 Turbo for Alex Guyaux.|