HistoryDuring the 2000 season the car was at Triple Eight's workshop but only as a bare shell. That shell was never prepared into a race car and never fitted with a Triple Eight chassis plate.
Sold off at the end of the season, it was not until 2003 that the shell was eventually built into a race car and the chassis plate fitted. Although not assembled by Triple Eight, the car was built using the correct 2000-spec Triple Eight-sourced parts.
Driven by Edi Kamm in various hillclimb and circuit events in Switzerland and Germany between 2004 - 2006, before being sold to Danko Bakrač and driven in the Serbian Touring Car Championship.
Eventually sold to Pavle Komnenović and following a complete rebuild was used in various Central European events.
In late 2015 the car was purchased by father and son team Colin Noble Snr and Jnr.