HistoryBelieved to be the car used by Robb Gravett in the 1993 British Touring Car Championship.
In 1994 the car was purchased by Mike Quinn and shipped to Australia where it was raced in the Oran Park round of the Australian Class II Championship by Ken Mathews, and in the Bathurst 1000 by Mathews and Matthew Martin.
In 1995 the car was raced in the opening Phillip Island round of the Australian Super Touring Championship by Mark Adderton. During the race Gregg Hansford's Ford Mondeo slid off the track, hit a tyre wall at high speed, and was hit by Adderton's Peugeot as it bounced back onto the track. The accident resulted in Hansford's death.
The heavily damaged car remained at the team workshop until eventually being sold to in 1997 to Mike Fitzgerald who raced at the Bathurst 1000 (sharing with Jamie Miller) and in the final round of the Australian Super Touring Championship. Unfortunately the car was involved in another big accident which would mean yet again it was out of action for an extended period.
The car would return to the tracks for the final round of the 1998 Australian Super Touring Championship, followed by the Bathurst 1000 where Fitzgerald shared the car with Jenni Thompson.
In 1999-2000 the car would raced only sporadically - at the Oran Park rounds of the 1999 and 2000 Australian Super Touring Championship, and at Bathurst in 1999.