Ultimate car page has published a large report about the weekend including a 210-shot picture gallery.
"Packed with big-winged prototype and fire-breathing GT racers, the CER 2 had the fastest and most spectacular field of the weekend. Many of the entrants were familiar faces/cars with Fabio Valle's Lancia Beta Monte Carlo Turbo the most interesting exception. Powered by a diminutive 1.4 litre turbocharged four cylinder engine, it could keep up with the much larger engined Porsche 935s in period and also during the one-hour race at Imola. Valle eventually placed second in the GT class and fifth overall, beaten only by Christian Traber with his Porsche 935 L1. The pair of GT cars finished so high up the order due to numerous problems with the quicker prototype runners. For pole-man Patrice Lafargue the race ended in the first corner when one of his rear wheels came off. He was lucky to finish in the gravel and not in the wall. Early leaders Paul Knapfield and Kevin Wilkins were also forced to retire when respectively the rear wing failed on Knapfield's March and an oil-pressure issue prompted Wilkins to park his TOJ as a precaution. This left the victory for Michel Quiniou in his Lola T280 with Yves Scemema in a Sauber C5 second and Frederic da Rocha nursing his misfiring Lola T298 home in third."