HistoryOriginally intended as the team's spare chassis for the 1999 British Touring Car Championship, the car would be taken over by Anthony Reid when he crashed his original race car (PR-ST/F-9902) during testing at Thruxton.
In 2001, all the Prodrive cars cars were purchased by Chris Crockett, with this one being driven by Chris the 2001 Formula Saloon Championship. Later sold to Steve Papworth, who continued to run the car in Formula Ssaloons.
In early 2010, after many years of inactivity the the car was purchased by Alex Schooledge who started a full restoration. Sold to Roger Lavender in early 2015 in a part exchange deal that saw Schooledge acquire Lavender's BMW 3-series