HistoryRaced in the 1995 British Touring Car Championship by Patrick Watts.
In 1996 both this and the sister car were bought by Mike Quinn and shipped to Australia and run in the Australian Super Touring Championship under the Foxtell Racing banner, driven by Mark Adderton and Geoff Full. It has been suggested that there was a significant performance difference between the two cars, this one being the quicker of the two, resulting in the drivers swapping cars though the season.
In 1997 both cars were sold to Tony Newman and raced in the Australian Super Touring Championship. Newman would use this car for most of the year, expect for the Winton and Mallala rounds where he would use the sister car.
The car was also driven by by Newman and Bewley at the Bathurst 1000, where Bewley famously pushed the car over the line after the engine failed on at the final corner of the final lap.
The car last largely unused in 1998 except for a couple for outings in the Australian Super Touring Championship driven by Bewley, and a last minute deal which saw the car driven by Aaron McGill and Clayton Haynes in the Bathurst 1000
Mark Zonneveld would race the car in the 1999 Australian Super Touring Championship from the Oran Park round onwards.
In 2000 the car was briefly used by Carlos Rolfo in the Australian Super Touring Championship