HistoryUsed by Jeff Allam in the 1994 British Touring Car Championship.
The following year the car went to Australia where it was driven by Graham Moore in the 1995 Australian Super Touring Championship, and briefly by Brooke Tatnell in 1996.
In 1998 the car was sold to Mike Newton and run in the Bathurst 1000 with Jamie Miller sharing the driving duties with Newman. During Friday's final qualifying session the car suffered an engine failure. With no spare engine, Newton was left with no option but to purchase John Henderson's ex-South Africa car, sending Jamie Miller Sydney to collect it. The car was back out for Saturday's final practice session complete with engine and the Dunlop tyres from the newly acquired car, and proceeded to set a quicker time than it had done so far that week.
Further outings at the 1999 Bathurst 500, co-driven by Andy Lloyd, and 1999 Macau Grand Prix. Following a crash at the Macau race the car was returned to the UK and although repaired remains as a rolling shell.