HistoryBuilt by RML and used in the 1996 British Touring Car Championship by John Cleland
Over the winter the car was one of three to be re-engineered by Triple Eight, receiving new chassis numbers in the process. The car would be used in the first half of the 1997 British Touring Car Championship season, again driven by John Cleland, until the Knockhill round where it was replaced by the first of the Triple Eight-built cars.
The car would remain largely unused for many years, ending up in Norway.
In 2015 the car returned to the UK, and following a rebuild returned to the track for the 74th Members Meeting at Goodwood in March 2016, running in later-97 Derek Warwick BTCC livery.
Sold to the Spa Francorchamps museum, where it was re-liveried as the 1996 Spa 24hr car