HistoryOne of only two Camrys to be built by Dave Cook Racing. Raced in the 1995 South African Touring Car Championship by Anthony Taylor, and shared by Taylor and Masanori Sekiya.
In 1996 Taylor would again race the car in the South African Touring Car Championship
In 1997 the car was acquired by Mike Quinn and shipped to Australia. Quinn's Phoenix Motorsport team would run the car in the 1997 Australian Super Touring Championship for Mark Adderton and Neal Bates, with both drivers then sharing the car at the Bathurst 1000.
1998 would see the car again run in the Australian Super Touring Championship, this time with Ron Searle driving.
In 1999 the car made just two outings; at the 1999 Bathurst 500 where it was driven by Jamie Miller and Mike Kilpatrick, and at the 1999 Macau Grand Prix where again Miller would also drive.
For 2000 the car was driven by Miller in the Australian Super Touring Championship, however by this stage Miller had himself acquired the sister car so they would usually take both cars to the circuit then decide which one to race following Friday testing. The same would continue the following year for the 2001 Australian Super Touring Series.