HistoryOne of 4 cars built by Peugeot Sport France for the 1995 Championnat de France de Supertourisme, and driven by Laurent Aïello and Philippe Alliot. The cars would often be switched between the drivers so it is not known which driver used which specific chassis at which races, although there is evidence to suggest that this chassis was primarily used by Aïello.
In 1996, this and the sister car (PS 95-02), plus the disassembled PS 95-03 were purchased by Ernst Wiedmer.
In 1996 the car was run in the Swiss Supertouring series for Jacques Isler and later for Johnny Hauser.
Hauser would again drive the car in 1997 to become Swiss series champion, as well as a couple of outing in the French series.
For 1998 the car was driven in the Swiss and French series by Norbert Zehnder. At the Jun 1998 meeting at Charade the car suffer major accident damaged, after which re-shelled using PS 95-04 as a donor.
The car would continue to be used, mostly for Swiss hillclimbs until 2000.
Both PS 95-02 and PS 95-02 were sold in 2004 to Markus Kölliker, who went on to sell them to Pascal Daléa, and in 2005 the car was run in the French Sprint Moderne series.
In 2006 the car was sold to Thierry Mathez.