HistoryDriven by Deon Joubert in the 1994 South African Touring Car Championship, although he would drive a 1993 car for the first two rounds. The car first ran at the Kyalami round in plain white livery before gaining the better known BP/Envirocar colours at the next round.
Used again by Joubert for the opening rounds of the 1995 Championship, before switching to a 95-spec car at Kyalami. The car would then be taken over by Sabine Reck, running initially in unchanged blue/green/yellow Envirocar colours before adopting white/blue Motorplan livery for the following meeting. During Free Practice at Kilarney the car was involved in an accident with the Toyota Camry of Mike White, with Reck sustaining a broken knee meaning she would be out of the series for several weeks. When she returned it was at the wheel of a 95-spec car.
The car was eventually dissembled and all the original running gear removed. The chassis would continue, running in club races in Cape Town.
In 2017 the car was purchased by Andreas Meier, and rebuilt using a mix of E36 and E46 parts. From 2018 the car has been run by Meier in the South African BMW Car Club Championship.