HistoryBuilt in 1993 by Andy Rouse Engineering and used by Paul Radisich for the British Touring Car Championship, FIA Touring Car Challenge and TOCA Shootout.
At the start of 1994 the car was driven by Philippe Gache in the opening round of the Championnat de France de Supertourisme at Nogaro. Gache would switch to the newly built 94M 008 for the remainder of the year but the late arrival of that car meant he had to borrow the '93 car.
The car was purchased by Mint Motorsport and driven by Richard Kaye in the 1995 British Touring Car Championship.
At the end of the season the car was returned to Andy Rouse Engineering to be rebuilt. Eventually purchased by Alvin Powell, the car returned to the tracks for selected outings in the 1997 WRDA Sports & Saloon Car Championship.
Over the next decade the car would be driven by Alvin Powell in a number of series including Formula Saloons, Welsh Sports/Saloons and LMA Eurosaloons.
Following an appearance at the 2008 Goodwood Festival of Speed where it was driven by Andy Rouse, the car was rebuilt and has since been used at a number demonstration.