HistoryEntered as a third car by Prodrive in the Knockhill round of the 1992 British Touring Car Championship, and driven by Colin McRae. Later that year the car was sold to Team Dynamics and driven by Matt Neal in the final round of the season at Silverstone.
Driven by Alex Portman in the 1993 BTCC, although he would drive an ex-VLM car at the opening meeting of the year at Silverstone. Portman would also drive the car at the end-of-season TOCA Shootout.
In 1994, the car was sold to Hamish Irvine, who raced it in the BTCC.
The car would pass to a Swedish owner, before being purchased by Georg Bakajev, who drove the car in the 1997 Swedish Touring Car Championship.
Eventually sold to Torbjørn Larsen and driven by his son Morten Larsen in the Norweigen Special Saloons series.
In 2000 the car was sold to Kobsak Chinawongwatana and shipped to Thailand, where it would remain until 2018 when it was purchased by Dutch team Vink Motorsport.