HistoryBuilt in 1994 and used as the spare car by Antonio Tamburini and Tamara Vidali during the 1994 Italian Superturismo Championship.
10/04/94 - Monza (spare car)
17/04/94 - vallelunga (spare car)
08/05/94 - Magione (spare car)
22/05/94 - Binetto (spare car)
06/06/94 - Misano (spare car)
19/06/94 - Vallelunga (spare car)
31/07/94 - Mugello (spare car)
04/09/94 - Pergusa (spare car)
18/09/94 - Varano (spare car)
In early 1995 the car was purchase by Garry Rogers Motorsport and shipped to Australia. Driven by Steven Richards in the Gold Coast Super Touring Cup, Australian Super Touring Championship and Clipsal Super Touring Car Trophy
Again driven by Richards in 1996 in the Australian Grand Prix support, Gold Coast Indycar support and the opening rounds of the Australian Super Touring Championship before switching to a Honda Accord for the remainder of the year.
In Feb 1997 the car as sold to David Auger who raced it in the Australian Super Touring Championship, as well as the Bathurst 1000 where he shared with Lawrie Kyte. Following an accident at the Phillip Island round early in the year the car was re-shelled.
Auger would continue to drive the car in the 1998, 1999 and 2000 Australian Super Touring Championship, as well as a the 1998 Bathurst 1000 and the 1999 Macau Grand Prix
At the beginning of 2002 the car was then sold to Andre Morgan, who raced it in the 2002 Australian Super Touring Series.
In 2004 the car was purchased by Hungarian András Németh, and raced in a number of series including the Hungarian Touring Car Championship, German Spezial Tourenwagen Trophy and FIA Central European Zone Circuit Championship.