HistoryBelieved to be the car used by Roberto Ravaglia in the 1995 ADAC SuperTourenWagen Cup and end-of-season FIA Touring Car World Cup.
Used by Marc Gindorf in run the 1997 ADAC SuperTourenwagen Cup.
In 1998 the car was acquired by Geoff Finlay who ran it in that year's Formula Saloons Championship.
The following year the car was used by Marc Lupant in the Championnat de France de Supertourisme.
Between 2000-06 the car spent time in Sweden, although details of this period are as yet unconfirmed.
In 2007 the car was purchased by Dieter Rottenberger. Over the years the car was steadily modified to make it more suitable for hillclimbing. Rottenberger and Jörg Weidinger would share the car in 2014 and 2015 to become join overall winner of the Berg-Cup.
Sold in 2015 to fellow hillclimber Martin Burki, and in 2017 the car was sold to Marchione Canio who went on to claim the Luxembourg Hill Climb title.