Held the day after the Monaco F3 race the entry was based more on quantity than quality although several top names appeared notably Roger Williamson who, despite injuring his foot in his Monaco accident, flew back to drive the prototype GRD 372 usually handled by Andy Sutcliffe.
Jeremy Gambs led away at the start in his Ensign F372 but soon found himself demoted so that at the end of lap 1 it was Williamson from Skeaping and von Opel. Skeaping put the Chevron into the lead at Woodcote on lap 2 but Williamson immediately retook first spot and gradually pulled away from the rest of the field to take an easy victory. Rikki von Opel took second place from Skeaping on lap 5 and although the Chevron driver stayed on the tail of the Ensign for the rest of the race he never looked like regaining second place. The main battle was for fourth between ex-MGB racer Tony Binnington (March 713M), Masami Kuwashima (GRD 372), Ross Ambrose (Lotus 69) and Ray Mallock (U2 Mk12).