HistoryBuilt by Roger Dawson Engineering and run in the 1993 British Touring Car Championship for Patrick Watts.
At the end of the season the car driven by Slim Borgudd in the 1993 FIA Touring Car Challenge, and the following year in the Nordic Touring Car Championship and 1994 FIA Touring Car World Cup
In 1997 the car, together with the remaining 1994 chassis, was sold to Schrader Motorsports and run in the North American Touring Car Championship. Acting as the team's second car it was driven primarily by Desiré Wilson but also by Paul Charsley, Ron Emmick and Walter Puckett.
In 1999 both cars were purchased by Emil Yeoung. Intended to be used in club racing, the car suffered a power steering failure at the first test and was never raced, instead being put into storage where it remained.
In 2016 the car was sold to New Zealander Paul McCarthy.