The works March 793s of Nigel Mansell and
Brett Riley on the grid at Silverstone
.
 

March sprang into life in 1969 with four men from various racing backgrounds coming together to start a company whose ideas were nothing if not grand. Max Mosely, lawyer and average racing driver, Alan Rees, quite an accomplished racing driver, Graham Coaker, former Hawker Siddeley employee and Robin Herd, F1 designer, the initials of their surnames gave the March name. From the beginning March announced they would be building cars for just about all formulae, F1, F2, F3, FB, F Ford and Sports Cars. The four founders announced they had a "mystery" sponsor that gave them a sound financial basis for the company, a few years down the line it emerged the mysterious backer was actually an invention to hide just how short of money the company actually was. The first March was the 693 F3 car produced at the end of 1969 and driven by Ronnie Peterson but for 1970 F1 cars were built for the works team of Chris Amon and Jo Siffert, the Tyrrell team of Jackie Stewart and Francois Cevert, the STP team of Mario Andretti and the Antiques Automobiles car of Ronnie Peterson, a very impressive line-up for your first year in F1. By the end of the season March had won their first GP (Stewart in Spain) and the March name was securely established.
Over the years March had an on-off relationship with F1, usually plagued by a lack of money and often Second Division drivers and as a result never really succeeding in becoming a real force. However in production racing cars it was a different story and March produced a string of highly competitive race winning cars in F2, F3 and Indy car racing. By the early 90s financial difficulties caused by diversification into many different fields meant that March finally left motorsport in somewhat ignominious circumstances.

 
  
Alan Rees testing the 693.

Rear view of the 693.

The very first March was in fact a "bitsa", the car was built before March had a base and since it needed to be built as cheaply as possible anything available was used. The chassis was a square tube spaceframe, front suspension was unequal double wishbones with outboard springs and dampers. At the rear it was radius arms, top links and lower wishbones again with outboard springs/dampers. Front wheels were F2 Lotus (provided by Alan Rees), the rear wheels were F3 Brabham (from the stock of Graham Coaker). In addition the seat, pedals, gear linkage, steering etc. were all Brabham.
The car did three end of season races, at the first Ronnie Peterson finished an excellent third at Cadwell Park, he then crashed at Montlhéry and James Hunt came tenth at Brands Hatch.
Total F3 production: 1

 
  
Dave Morgan in the works 703.
The 703 was a productionised version of the 693, March now had the time (and a little more cash) to replace all the Brabham/Lotus parts with units of their own design and manufacture and Specialised Mouldings made a new body for the cars.
A lot of cars were sold but it was generally a disappointment, there were no race wins just a handful of seconds and thirds. The car was bulky and overweight and had trouble in putting its power down. Its handling was improved after bibs were fixed to the nose to give it a bit of downforce. It did however have a good reputation for its performance under braking.
Total F3 production: 16
 
  
Roger Williamson at Brands Hatch in his 713M.

A head-on shot of Roger Williamson at the same meeting, James Hunt's similar car follows Jody Scheckter's retiring Merlyn.
 
A Holbay installation in the 713M.
Unusually 2 versions of the 713 were offered, the 713M with a monocoque chassis and the 713S which utilised a space frame. The 713S used round tubes in the space frame but otherwise was effectively the same as the 713M, for some odd reason all but 2 of the space frame models went to Germany. The 713M was very similar to the 712 F2 chassis although there were considerable detail differences. The semi-stressed engine was carried in a tubular space frame at the rear and the suspension was a conventional; unequal length double wishbones with outboard coils and dampers at the front, top links, lower wishbones and radius rods with outboard coils and dampers at the rear. The car had a good reputation for being easy to set up and drive.
Total F3 production: 713M = 11,
                              713S = 9.
 
  
Roger Williamson testing the March 723 at Brands Hatch in February or March 1972.
 
Bob Evans shows off the front end modifications at Mallory Park.

Unfortunately the 723 didn't follow up the success of the 713. Reverting to a monocoque for all cars, the major changes were a switch to side radiators and a chisel nose with wings and the rear lower wishbone was replaced with parallel lower arms and the front and rear track were increased. Problems were soon reported especially inconsistent handling and a lack of straight-line speed. The suspension was returned to 713 spec narrowing the track and a bulbous nose was added and eventually the radiator was returned to the front but although these changes seemed to solve the problems it was too late and most of the drivers had defected to other manufacturers.
Total F3 production: 20.

 
  
Russell Wood and Ian Taylor on their way to
a 1-2 finish at Silverstone.
The 733 was a further evolution of the 713/723 theme with Harvey Postlethwaite responsible for the development work. It was characterised by being very short with narrow track suspension and a great deal of thought went into the aerodynamic package. March shrewdly went out of their way to attract some good drivers early on and the car soon gained a reputation as being both easier to drive and to tune into different circuits than its main rival the GRD. This reputation seems to be backed up by results, the 723 won twice as many races as any other marque and the victories were shared amongst 7 different drivers. The 723 won all three British Championships as well as the Italian and Swedish series.
Total F3 production: 36
 
  
Tom Pryce on his way to a famous victory at
Monaco in the Ippokampos March 743.

Yet again an evolution of the previous year's design the 743 was very popular with customers following the success of the previous season. The faith was justified with Brian Henton dominating both the British championships with 17 victories to his name with his Holbay powered 743. Giorgio Francia also won a lot of races in Germany with his 743, arguably highlight of the season was Tom Pryce's sensational victory in the Monaco F3 race.
Total F3 production: 29

 
  
Conny Anderson leads Gunnar Nilsson and
Alex Ribeiro all in March 753s.
 
Mechanics work on Gunnar Nilsson's works 753 in which he won the BP F3 Championship.
Still using the 1971 narrow tub and narrow track suspension the 753 was notable for its return to side radiators with an aerodynamic full-width nose cone. Again special attention had been paid to the entire aerodynamic package and the whole design was notably neat and tidy. A cast beam was fitted at the rear instead of a fabricated one to stiffen the back end of the car. The works cars carried out some experimentation with track width during the year to optimise tyre use. Graining was a perennial problem and reducing the track width by 2.5 inches seemed to help the situation. Popular Swede Gunnar Nilsson won the BP British championship from Brazil's Alex Ribeiro, both in works-run 753s after a particularly tough battle that lasted the whole season. A number of other 753 drivers showed very well during the year, notably Conny Andersson, Stephen South, Ingo Hoffman and Luciano Pavesi who took the Italian F3 Championship
Total F3 production: 22.
 
  
Rupert Keegan at Monaco in the BAF 763.
Yet again a light revision on the previous year's car, the most noticeable alteration being a return to a lower rear wishbone to replace the parallel arms, in other words a return to the original 713 style! Also there was a lengthening of the wheelbase (to accommodate a repositioned oil tank) and a narrowing of the track. Perhaps for the first time the March F3 cars were facing a serious sustained challenge from a number of other teams, notably Chevron, Ralt and Modus. Chevron and Ralt were particularly reckoned to be easier to drive and set up (especially the wide track Chevron) than the 763. Of the two British championships Bruno Giacomelli won the lesser Shellsport Championship whilst team mate Rupert Keegan won the more prestigious BP Championship (after helping Giacomelli off the track at the final Thruxton round). Conny Andersson almost won the European Championship, tying on points with Patrese but loosing on countback. All the drivers mentioned used Toyota power although a pair of 763s were run equipped with Holbay-Triumph engines.
Total F3 production: 16.
 
  
Stephen South at Monaco in a 773.
That's right, another update on the same narrow tub that had been used so successfully for so long, but then why change a winning formula? The British season came down to a battle between Derek Daly's Chevron and Stephen South who started the year with a 763 and then switched to a 773. Daly finished up the winner of the more important BP series whilst South took the lesser Vandervell championship. Piercarlo Ghinzani won the European F3 Championship with his Allegrini run March, he finished in the top four in his first eight races to build up an unassailable lead in the championship and held on to win from Anders Olofsson in his Ralt RT1
Total F3 production: 18..
 
  
The patriotic livery of the March-Triumph 783.

The Triumph Dolomite engine installed in a March 783.
There were some changes to the 783 tub as March had bought some new sheet metal folding equipment and as a result the tub was more angular. The main problem with the car seemed to stem from the lack of an experienced driver to develop the car, Serra was undoubtedly fast but inexperienced. Derek Warwick felt that given time the 783 was probably as good as a Ralt, he had both at his disposal but during a hectic season just didn't have the time to work on the 783. A major problem was that March development engineer Mike Foxon was seriously injured in a road accident and he tried returning to work before he was fully fit.
Total F3 production: 11 (inc. Super Vee).
 
  
Kenny Acheson riding the kerbs in a 793.

Andrea de Cesaris in his 793 at Thruxton.
The 793 was the March response to ground effects, it was basically a 783 with side pods and skirts. Due to a lack of resources it was at best semi-ground effect as suspension was outboard all round (which interferes with air flow) and no serious work was done on the venturi design. However Chevron were suffering through the loss of Derek Bennett and Ralt were struggling to develop their ground effect car, the RT3. March employed an aggressive marketing campaign to attract drivers and as a result dominated the UK F3 season with Serra, de Cesaris and Thackwell finishing 1-2-3, however in Europe Prost and the Martini proved too strong.
March built and tested the 79C a full ground effect car based on the F2 chassis but decided against using it as it would have been unfair on customers and anyway the 793 was winning.
Total F3 production: 25
 
  
Stefan Johansson on the inside of Mike White,
both in the early season 803.

Michele Alboreto, the European Champion, showing
the changes to the front of the 803B.
The 803 didn't have a very good reputation, it was reckoned difficult to drive with turn in and understeer problems. It suffered especially on the "hard" UK control tyres although it was better in Europe where tyres were free, certainly initially the 793 was faster, Kenny Acheson who had an example of both generally drove the older car. Compared with the 793 the 803 had inboard front suspension and a similar nose design to the 793 however in response to complaints from drivers part way through the year a modified 803B was introduced. The B version had a short chisel nose with side wings and the outboard rear suspension was replaced with an inboard rocker arm design which helped solve some of the problems.
Although Stefan Johansson won the UK F3 title it was only with a late switch to the Ralt RT3 that allowed him to win and as mentioned runner-up Acheson mostly used his 793. However in Europe Michele Alboreto managed to get his Alfa Romeo powered car working well on the softer Euro tyres and took the Championship from a host of Martinis although Corrado Fabi also went well in his 803.
Total F3 production: 27
 
  
European Champion Mauro Baldi.

The front of the 813.

The Toyota engine installation and rear suspension
of the 813
Basically a slimmed down version of that year's F2 car, the 812, there was a new tub and rocker arms were fitted front and rear. A modified version of the front radiator and front wing design of the 803B were retained.
Although Mauro Baldi took the European Championship in his Alfa Romeo powered car as the 813 seemed to like the European spec tyres. In the UK March ran a works car for Mike White but with virtually zero testing for most of the season the car wasn't happy on the control Goodyear tyre. A single win at Thruxton was White's only reward in the British Championship but when he fitted some Bridgestones for the European round at Donington no-one saw him for dust.
Total F3 production: 12
 
Drivers  
   
1969 James Hunt, Ronnie Peterson.
   
1970 Geoff Bremner, Hans Brohl, Wolfgang Bülow, Peter Deal, Willi Deutsch, Heinz Düchting, Michel Dupont, Klaus Enders, Harald Ertl, Ruedi Gygax, Leif Hallgren, Eddie Jacobsson, Dave Morgan, Franz Pesch, Ed Reeves, Willi Sommer, Hans-Joachim Stuck, Colin Vandervell, Tom Walkinshaw, Hannelore Werner, Cyd Williams.
   
1971
713M
John Bisignano, Bev Bond, Howard Carpendale, Erwin Derichs, Dietmar Flöer, Tim Goss, James Hunt, Roger Hurst, John MacDonald, Brendan McInerney, Cavan Riley, Tom Walkinshaw, Roger Williamson, Paul Zitzen.

713S
Wolfgang B
ülow, Hans Deffland, Willi Deutsch, Klaus Enders, James Hunt, Lee Kaye, Dieter Kern, Heinz Lange, Freddy Link, Dave Morgan, Bob Muir, Franz Pesch, Willi Somner, Peter Stürtz, Hermann Unold, Ole Vejlund, Hannelore Werner.

703
Lief Hallgren, Roger Hurst, Eddie Jacobsson, Josef Kremer, Heinz-Jürgen Rüller.
   
1972

723
Nick Crossley, Hans Deffland, Willi Deutsch, Rudolf Dötsch, Bob Evans, James Hunt, Jean Pierre Jarier, Alan Jones, Jochen Mass, Stan Matthews, Brendan McInerney, David Powers, Robin Smythe, Willi Somner, Roger Williamson, Russell Wood.

713M
Jean-Claude Alzaret, Anthony Binnington, Dave Brodie, Philippe de Henning, James Hunt, Roger Hurst, Jean Pierre Jarier, John MacDonald, Matt Spitzley, Chris Venning.

713S
Buzz Buzaglo, Mike Wilds.

713 (could be either M or S)
Hans Deffler
, Dietmar Flöer, Peter Krause, Heinz Lange, Bernd Rack, Dieter Rothe, Heinz-Jürgen Rüller, Peter Schäbitz.

712.
"Sangrilla"

   
1973

733
Philip Albera, Conny Anderson, Max Bonnin, Paolo Bozzetto, Bernd Brack, Tony Brise, Buzz Buzaglo, Nick Crossley, Willi Deutsch, Glen Eagling, Bruno Eggei, Leonel Freidrich, Carlo Giorgio, Mo Harness, Brian Henton, Masami Kuwashima, Bruno Pescia, Angelo Piccione, Nicholas von Preussen, Bernd Rack, Jean Ragnotti, Alex Dias-Ribeiro, Richard Robarts, Pierre-Francois Rousselot, José Espirito Santo, Andy Sutcliffe, Ian Taylor, "Teleco", Mike Wilds, Russell Wood.

723/733
Bob Evans, Danny Sullivan.

723
Bernd Breil, Buzz Buzaglo, Erwin Derichs, Bruno Eggel, Gerd Koppenhauser, Peter Müller, Walter Proebst, José Espirito Santo, Rudi Schmidt.

713M/733
Matt Spitzley.

713M
Matt Spitzley.

713S
Günter Hölker.

713 (could be either M or S)
Steve Coen, Dietmar Flöer, Peter Schäbitz.

?
Cerulli

   
1974

743
Conny Andersson, Hans Binder, Jan Bouder, Luciano Brunelli, Buzz Buzaglo, Francesco Cerulli, José Chateaubriand, Julio Caio, Sandro Cinotti, Alberto Colombo, Harald Ertl, Giorgio Francia, Ruedi Frei, Rudi Gigax, Carlo Giorgio, Brian Henton, Günter Kölmel, Albert Lange, Heinz Lange, Lamberto Leoni, Manfred Leppke, Gunnar Nilsson, Jörg Obermoser, Larry Perkins, Bruno Pescia, Tom Pryce, José Espirito Santo, Hany Wiano, Severo Zampatti, Renzo Zorzi.

733
Conny Anderson, Georges Ansermoz, Sandro Cinotti, Willi Deutsch, Peter Dugdale, Marivaldo Fernandez, Ronny Hansson, Nicholas von Preussen, Bernd Rack, Marcello Rosei, José Espirito Santo, Piergiovanni Tenani, "Teleco", Mike Tyrrell.

723/733
Brian Henton, Danny Sullivan.

723
Franz Baumann, Bernd Breil, Rudolf Dötsch, Bruno Eggel, Peter Müller.

713 (could be either M or S)
Werner Fischer, Dietmar Flöer.

   
1975

753
Conny Anderson, Georges Ansermoz, Chris Barnett, Tommy "Slim" Borgudd, Gianfranco Brancatelli, Pierre Dieudonné, Rudolf Dötsch, Eje Elgh, Graham Hamilton, Ingo Hoffman, Heinz Lange, Manfred Leppke, Conny Ljungfeldt, Gaudenzio Mantova, Gunnar Nilsson, Anders Olofsson, Luciano Pavesi, Oskar Pfister, Antonio Rampini, Hervé Regout, Alex Ribeiro, Gianni Savoia, Stephen South, Walter Spitaler, John Stokes, Mike Wilds, Savero Zampetti.

753/743
Giordano Regazzoni.

743
Angelo Ancherani, Conny Andersson, Bob Arnott, Bernd Breil, Herbert Bürgmayr, Guido Cappellotto, Jochen Dauer, William Dawson, Bruno Eggel, Ruedi Frei, Carlo Giorgio, Richard Hawkins, Wolfgang Holy, Rupert Keegan, Loris Kessel, Gunter Kölmel, Manfred Leppke, Gerhard Lipp, Conny Ljungfeldt, Sandro Pesenti-Rossi, Alberto Riva, Tarcisio Riva, Dyfed Roberts, Marcello Rosei, Bertram Schäfer, Heinz Schaltinat, Ken Silverstone, Juha Varjosaari, Alex Wittwer, "Zambatti".

733/743
Steve Pettitt.

733
Peter Dugdale, Rolf Egger, Steve Farnsworth, Piergiovanni Tenani, Mike Tyrrell.

   
1976

763
Jean-Claude Alzerat, Conny Anderson, Guiseppe Bossoni, Gianfranco Brancatelli, Aryon Cornelson, Rudolf Dötsch, Tony Dron, Piercarlo Ghinzani, Bruno Giacomelli, Lamberto Leoni, Anders Olofsson, Massimo Perazza, Guido Pardini, Alessandro Pesenti-Rossi, Antonio Rampinini, Jörg Reto, Tarcisio Riva, Huub Rothengatter, Stephen South, Marc Surer.

753
Conny Anderson, Chris Barnett, Guiseppe Bossoni, Bernd Breil, Garry Clare, Bruce Coate-Bond, Bosse Hagberg, Rolf Egger, Gunter Kölmel, Heinz Loosli, Gaudenzio Mantova, Anders Olofsson, Luciano Pavesi, Steve Pettitt, Orazio Ragaiola, Giordano Reggazzoni, Heinz Scherle, Ken Silverstone, Phil Silverstone, Stephen South, Walter Spitaler, John Stokes, Leonardo Verelli, Pascal Witmeuer.

743
Bob Arnott, Alceste Bodini, Tommy "Slim" Borgudd, Herbert Bürgmayr, Francesco Campaci, Guido Dacco, William Dawson, Steve Farnsworth, Ruggero Gruet, Wolfgang Holy, Hanspeter Kaufmann, Rupert Keegan, Gunther Köbele, Manfred Leppke, Andrea Morell, Heinz Schaltinat, Alex Wittwer, Mike Wrigley, Savero Zampetti.

733
Guy Avanzini, Guido Cappellotto, Matts Nygren.

723
Herbert Heiler

713S
Jürgen Berg

713 (could be either M or S)
Dietmar Flöer.

   
1977

773
Daniele Albertin, Augusto Avanzani, Paolo Bozzetto, Aryon Cornelson, Guido Dacco, Mario Ferraris, Piercarlo Ghinzani, David Kennedy, James King, Conny Ljungfeldt, Tiff Needell, Guido Pardini, Mario Pati, Oscar Pedersoli, Nelson Piquet, Orazio Ragaiolo, Brett Riley, Marcello Rosei, Artimi Rosich, Stephen South, Ian Taylor.

763
Luciano Arnold, Werner Fischer, Mats Nygren, Guido Pardini, Huub Rothengatter, Stephen South.

753/773
Bruce Coate-Bond.

753
Guido Dacco, Richard Jones, Heinz Scherle, Wyatt Stanley.

743
"Carlo Alberto".

   
1978

783
Eddy Bianchi, Philip Bullman, Philippe Colonna, Teo Fabi, Osamu Hatagawa, Daniel Herregods, Michael Korten, Nigel Mansell, Tiff Needell, Filippo Niccolini, Pedro Nogués Oscar Pedersoli, Bruno Pescia, Giordano Reggazzoni, Brett Riley, Marzio Romano, Trevor van Rooyen, Chico Serra, Wyatt Stanley, Ian Taylor.

773
John Bright, Guido Dacco, Ian Flux, Sead Ali Hodzic, Richard Morgan, Enrico Uncini.

753
Wyatt Stanley.

   
1979

793
Kenny Acheson, Michele Alboreto, Mauro Baldi, Michael Bleekemolen, Tommy "Slim" Borgudd, Thierry Boutsen, Fernando Cazzaniga, Andrea de Cesaris, Piercarlo Ghinzani, Helmut Henzler, Jurg Lienhard, Stefan Johansson, Eddie Jordan, Michael Korten, Oscar Pedersoli, Vincino Salmi, Freddy Schnarwiler, Chico Serra, Jun Takahashi, Mike Thackwell, Rob Wilson.

783/793
Nigel Mansell, Piero Necchi, Brett Riley, Jean-Louis Schlesser.

783
Guido Dacco, Bruno Eichmann, Walter Lechner, Toshio Motohashi, Gensyoku Nagakawa, Kouichi Sakamoto, Akira Uzuhashi, Fermin Velez, Masao Yamada.

773
Gerry Amato, John Bright, Ken Eady, Nobuyoshi Kishimoto, Kazuo Matsuba, Naoki Minagawa, Gensyoku Nagakawa, Yukio Nakahara, Kengo Nakamoto, Keiichi Nakayama, Yoshiyuki Ogura, Toshio Suzuki, Ken'ichi Tanabe.

753
Kanemaru Syuuji, Tomohiko Tsutsumi.

743
Nobuyoshi Kishimoto, Takao Wada.

   
1980

803
Kenny Acheson, Michele Alboreto, Bernard Devaney, Mario Hytten, Stefan Johansson, Eddie Jordan, Jürg Lienhard, Nigel Mansell, Louis Maulini, Peter Morgan, Toshio Motohashi, Nico Nicole, Tony Norton, Mike O'Brien, Syuuroku Sasaki, Jean-Louis Schlesser, Toshio Suzuki, Bengt Tragardh, Mike White.

803B
Michele Alboreto, Tim Davies, Corrado Fabi, Stefan Johansson, Tim Lee-Davey, Mike O'Brien, Brett Riley, Toshio Suzuki, Mike White.

793
Kenny Acheson, Jeff Allam, Gerry Amato, Tommy "Slim" Borgudd, Armin Conrad, Bernard Devaney, Gunter Gebhardt, Akira Hagiwara, Eiji Iwata, Yukio Nakahara, Tsuneharu Nakano, Yoshiyuki Ogura, Hiromi Sensui, Syuuroku Sasaki, Daniel La Tour, Rick Whyman.

783/793
Richard Hurdwell, Paul Hutson, Brett Riley.

783
Fernando Cazzaniga, Tsuneharu Nakano, Yoshiyuki Ogura, Kouichi Sakamoto, Jun Takahashi, Hironobu Tatsumi.

773/783
Tony Norton.

773
Will Arif, Dave Gilbert, Yoshimitsu Kondou, Yukio Nakahara, Yousaku Sawada, Toshio Suzuki, Hidehiro Yabuki, Masazumi Yamamoto.

   
1981

813
Mauro Baldi, Donald Bradway, Enzo Coloni, Philippe Colonna, Jochen Dauer, Karl Hasenbichler, Oscar Larrauri, Fabio Mancini, Miguel Muniz-Rizo, Tsuneharu Nakano, Yoshiyuki Ogura, Victor Rosso, Toshio Suzuki, Kurt Thiim, Mike White.

803B
Daniel Burger, Gero Fleck, Franz Konrad, Louis Maulini, Hitoshi Ogawa, Norimasa Sakamoto, Hubert de Spiegelaere.

803
Herbert Bürgmayr, Gero Fleck, Jacques Gambier, Ramon Gonzales, Thomas Holert, Hanspeter Kaufmann, Peter Kroeber, Louis Maulini, Masakazu Nagata, Mike O'Brien, Aguri Suzuki, Takeshi Tanaka.

793
Donald Bradway, Akira Hagiwara, Paul Hutson, Masashi Kitagawa, Akira Moriawa, Tsuneharu Nakano, Rudi Seher, Uwe Teuscher, Daniel La Tour, Jo Zeller.

783/793
Roberto Farneti.

783
Yoshimitsu Kondou, Kazuo Mogi, Gensyoku Nagakawa, Tsuneharu Nakano, Moritoshi Ootsuka, Toshio Suzuki, Robert Treichler, Michel Vallet, Seiichi Watanabe.

773/783
Tony Norton.

773
Gerry Amato, Johann Eisenmann.

753
Ignazio Rizza.

?
Jürgen Schlich, Harald Tonat.

   
1982

813
Bob Birrell, Donald Bradway, Karl Hasenbichler, Thomas von Löwis, Kazuo Mogi, Henri Ronnberg, Kurt Thiim, Karl-Heinz Wieschalla.

803B
Hideo Fukuyama, Franz Konrad, Yoshiyasu Tachi.

803
Hanspeter Kaufmann, Louis Maulini.

793
Kazuo Emi, Hideo Fukuyama, Urs Hauenstein, Ken'ichi Kaneko, Kazuhide Kase, Kazunori Kyuutoku, Sakae Obata, Rudi Seher, Uwe Teuscher, Daniel La Tour, Tomiko Yoshikawa.

783
Urs Dudler, Atsushi Kawabe, Yoshimitsu Kondou, Yukio Moriya, Gensyoku Nagakawa, Walo Schibler, Tomiko Yoshikawa.

763
Bernard Leisi
.

753
Ignazio Rizza.

?
Theodor Erhard, Hubert Grün, Erich Rostek, Herbert Rostek.

   
1983

813
Mike Blanchett, Donald Bradway, Bill Burley, Artur Deutgen, Werner Eckert, Heinz Gilges, Sonny Johansson, Jari Nurminen, Hiroyuki Ono, Johan Rajamäki, Jan Thoelke, Karl-Heinz Wieschalla.

803B
Thomas Holert, Franz Konrad, Franz-Josef Prangemeier, Norimasa Sakamoto, Gernot Sirrenburg.

803
Bob Birrell, Frederick Boothby, Masanori Hioki, Kenzou Muromachi, Walo Schibler.

793
Greg Atkinson, Philip Daniels, Urs Hauenstein, Kouzou Okumura, Uwe Teuscher.

783
Kazuo Kanayama.

753
Ignazio Rizza.

?
Peter Buess, Herbert Rostek.

   
1984

813
Henry Clever, Artur Deutgen, Kouichi Tahara, Uwe Teuscher.

803B
Takayoshi Kaburagi, Franz-Josef Prangemeier.

803
Günther Lüttecke, Yoshiyuki Ogura.

793
Toshio Fujimura, Jun'ichi Ikura, Hideshi Matsuda, Aguri Suzuki, Eiji Yamada.

783
Ken'ichi Arima, Kazuo Emi, Kazuo Kanayama, Yoshimitsu Kondou, Hiroshi Nakayama, Kouzou Yasuda.

753
Jürgen Holzapfel.

?
Friedrich Burgmann, Urs Hauensteinm Juha Varjosaari.

   
1985

813
Gerhard Claus, Artur Deutgen, Akihiko Ishikawa, Klaus Koch, Uwe Teuscher.

803
Takayoshi Kaburagi, Günther Lüttecke, Masao Minamino.

793
Jun'ichi Ikura, Sadafumi Nakajima, Tarou Oomi, Kazushi Sano, Aguri Suzuki, Kouichi Tahara, Dieter Wälti, Eiji Yamada.

783
Masashi Hosaka, Masao Minamino, Keiichi Mizutani, Kenji Oota, Tadayoshi Suzuki, Hisashi Wada.

?
Jo Ris.

   
1986

813
Nakayama Hiroshi.

803
Tamihide Katano.

793
Masamichi Takenaka.

783
Takahiro Hijikata, Masashi Hosaka, Hisashi Wada.

   
1987 813
Klaus Koch.
   
1988 ?
Jürgen Holzapfel.
   
1989  
   
1990 813
Günther Obermüller.