HistoryOriginally run by BMW Fina Bastos Team in the 1995 Belgian Procar for Marc Duez.
At that year's 24 heures de Francorchamps, the car would be driven to victory by Steve Soper, Peter Kox and Joachim Winkelhock.
In 1997 the car would be driven by Soper to win the Macau Grand Prix. At the end of the meeting the car was presented to Ian F Wade, CEO of BMW's long-term Macau sponsor A.S. Watson. The car was shipped to a private collection in the UK, where it remained unused for many years.
In 2011 the car, untouched since the 1997 Macau race, was recommissioned back to working condition and run at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
In 2015 the car was again removed from collection and put on display at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum.
Following it's sale to the Goff family in November 2018, the car was fully restored and put back into 1995 Spa livery, and the following year driven by Max Goff in selected HSCC Dunlop Saloon Car Cup races.