HistoryDriven by Yvan Muller in the 1996 Campionato Italiano Superturismo, although he would use one of the spare cars (ST20) at the Monza round.
At the end of the season, the car was destined to be used by Frank Biela in the Macau GP but was instead re-routed to Australia where it was used by Brad Jones for the final round of the Australian Super Touring Championship.
In 1997 the car was driven by Cameron McConville in the Australian Super Touring Championship, as well as by McConville and Jean-François Hemroulle in the Bathurst 1000.
Retained as a spare car for 1998, although it was raced by Paul Glover as a third car in the non-championship Australian Grand Prix support race, and by Trevor Sheumack in the final round of the Australian Super Touring Championship.
For 1999 the team had switched to front-wheel drive cars, so this chassis became used as a ride car, before eventually retiring to become an exhibit in the National Motor Racing Museum in Bathurst.