Most of the runners at this meeting were the usual French teams and drivers.
Jacques Coulon took a lead he would hold to the finish on lap 2 pulling away to win by an astonishing 42.5 seconds. Behind the flying Martini the Alpines of Leclere and Serpaggi had a good battle until Leclere had to retire with a broken clutch and soon after Serpaggi had to pit to straighten the nosecone although he retained his second place. Behind the two Alpines were Bernard Beguin in his Martini, Dave Brodie’s March 713M and Philip Munier in his Martini. Brodie was next to pit to have a broken wing fixed loosing a lap and dropping to fifth at the finish and soon after Munier was forced to retire his Martini leaving Beguin in a safe third place.