HistoryBuilt by Andy Rouse Engineering and originally used by Graff Racing in the 1994 FFSA Championnat de France de Supertourisme driven by Philippe Gache, although the late arrival of the car meant that Gache would drive the Paul Radisich's 1993 car at the opening round of the year at Nogaro.
In 1995 the car was bought by Team Dynamics and used by Matt Neal to win the Independents' Cup in the RACMSA British Touring Car Championship.
We [Dynamics] got told about four weeks before the start of the season that Graff Racing in France were looking to offload one of their Mondeos on the cheap. So Barry Plowman and I attached a trailer to the back of my car, drove down to France and collected the car. Big-budget stuff!
For the early part of 1996 the car was used by Robb Gravett in the British Touring Car Championship, before switching to a Team Dynamics-built car later in the year.
Between 1997 and 1999 the car was used as a static display model.
In 2001, 2002 and 2005 the car was driven by Meinhard Hellweg in a small number Spezial Tourenwagen Trophy races but otherwise remained unused.
In 2013 the car was returned to the UK.