HistoryInitially used as one of the Team Rosberg cars in the 1998 ADAC SuperTourenWagen Meisterschaft, before returning to the UK to become the BTCC test car. At the end of the year the car was entered in the Bathurst 1000 where it was driven by Matt Neal and Steven Richards to second place.
The following year the car was run by Team Dynamics in the 1999 British Touring Car Championship, where Matt Neal took his historic debut win at Donington - the first overall BTCC win by a privateer in the Super Touring era for which Neal picked up a cheque for £250,000.
The car remained unused for most of 2000 until being brought out of storage for the final British Touring Car Championship round at Silverstone after Neal crashed his regular race car.
The car was then sold to Brian Chatfield who kept it until 2006 when it was auctioned off with several other cars and brought by Rick Michels in New Zealand. In early 2007 Michels sold the car to Robert Paul, who spent the following 12 months getting it imported into Indonesia.
In 2009/10/11, Paul would race the car in the Indonesian Supercar Championship, winning the series all three years.