HistoryOne of only two Camrys to be built by Dave Cook Racing. Raced in the 1995 South African Touring Car Championship initially by Mike White with Julian Bailey taking over towards the end of the season. White and Bailey would share the car for the end of season Kyalami Super Touring International.
In 1996 Bailey would again race the car in the South African Touring Car Championship, finishing sixth in the championship and scoring one win in the process.
In 1997 the car was raced by Rod Millen in the North American Touring Car Championship. Millen would only make a single appearance with the car at the double-header Portland round, finishing second in the second race of the weekend.
In 2000 the car was acquired by Jamie Miller and shipped to Australia where it was run by Phoenix Motorsport in the Australian Super Touring Championship. Phoenix owner Mike Quinn already had the sister car so they would usually take both cars to the circuit then decide which one to race following Friday testing. The same would continue the following year for the 2001 Australian Super Touring Series.
In 2005 the car was sold by Miller to Richard Atkinson, who shipped it to New Zealand where it is was used in classic saloon races.