HistoryBuilt in 1996 and raced by Anthony Reid in the SuperTourenwagen Cup. Later used by Eric van de Poele at Spa-Francorhamps for the final round of the 1996 Belgium Procar Championship, and then by Reid at Fuji for the final round of the All Japan Touring Car Championship.
Following it's globe-trotting season it was returned to Nissan Motorsport Europe to be striped and re-painted and rebuilt by Team Rosberg using parts from chassis #23.
Later used in the 1999 Swedish Touring Car Championship by Pontus Mörth.
The car was sold by Mörth to Garry Woodcock who in turn sold it to Peter Challis. From 2001 Challis drove the car in the Formula Saloon Championship and later the BRSCC Euro Saloon Championship, plus occasional outings in the Northern and Southern Sports/Saloon series.
Late 2012 the car was sold to Spanish collector Teo Martin, who re-liveried the car as a replica of
Eric van de Poele's 1996 Campeonato de España de Turismos car