HistoryOriginally raced by Tom Kristensen in the 2000 British Touring Car Championship, winning at Oulton Park and twice at Silverstone. The double victory at Silverstone means this car holds the distinction of having won the last ever BTCC races run under Super Touring regulations.
The following year the car was driven by Fabrice Walfisch in the 2001 FIA European Super Touring Championship, taking one victory at the Nurburgring.
One of two cars (with FT-EI-99-05) owned by Tomas Engström in 2002. It is not know which of the two cars Engström drove in the Swedish Touring Car Championship, although it was probably this car.
Both cars were purchased by Markus Kölliker in winter 2002, with this car being driven by Marco Calderari in the 2003 Schweizer Tourenwagen Meisterschaft.
Later bought to Patrick Golliard, and then in 2008 sold to Milos Asanovic for use in the Serbian Touring Car Championship, replacing FT-EI-99-05 he had crashed earlier in the year.
In 2013 the car was purchased by Alex Heavens and brought back to the UK. Sold on to Stewart Whyte at the end of the year and rebuilt ready for the 2014 HSCC series.