Mitsubishi Starion- any ideas?
Vauxhall Belmont: another car using the 2.4 litre Opel Ascona/Manta 400 engine I think, though I have a feeling this one later got a V8
Toyota Starlets were a fairly popular choice in Class B- whose is this one?
BMW M3- I suspect this may be yet another Brian Chatfield car...
The Starion is Rod Birley. I'm not sure of origins ( I thought Brodie shared with Rod, rather than it being an ex-Brodie car, but I may be wrong on this), and not many people know where it went. Rod isn't one of them - it got nicked from Brands' paddock.
The Belmont is still alive and well (ish). Owned by Rob Compton, most recently ran in BARC SE Saloons in a yellow / bluey-green livery, with a 6.6l V8 Chevy (after Manta 400, BDX and YB power).
Would definitely guess any quick-looking BMW is Brian Chatfield; I'll confirm the Starlet, and a few other things in the last few posts, when I get a chance to look up some info.
The Sean Walker car was run in Thundersaloons by Stuart Jackson, I think. The Donnan car was the JQF / Fina car driven in BTCC by Gerrit van Kouwen.
Thanks for the Merc / Escat pictures. Gary Cole still had the BX, and was racing it, a couple of years ago. It was for sale, but don't know if it found a new home or not. There doesn't look to be much useful left of the Chevette; it was sold earlier this year, and appears as though the new owner has stripped it of most bits.
Pete Thurston sold the Prelude a year or so ago. It's changed hands again since then, and is now in the Channel Islands, I think.
The Paul McMillan 309 (not the Morris brothers' car) emerged last year and was rumored sold, but I don't know if the sale completed.
Ex-Stuart Morton Empress Escort also came out of hiding recently.
Also, in that flickr album, the white capri could be Francis Butcher, or at least the car ended up with him - the red diagonal is a pointer. I'll check RT to be sure. And I'm happy to admit I was wrong in assuming the no77 Mazda was Ward / Dickinson. Glad to see entry lists for outside the time-span I already have covered.