HistoryUsed by Schnitzer as the spare car for the 1994 British Touring Car Championship. At the end of the season the car was returned to BMW and imported to Australia by Frank Gardner. Raced in the Australian Super Touring Championship by Geoff Brabham, scoring 5 wins and finishing second in the championship.
In 1996 ownership was transferred to BMW Australia, although the car did not race.
In 1997 the car was run by CPW Motorsport in the driven by Wayne Wakefield, Steve Johnson and Jason Richards in the Australian Super Touring Championship, and by Richards and Brett Riley in the Bathurst 1000.
The car was purchased by Carlos Rolfo in mid-1998 and driven by Rolfo and Rod Wilson at two rounds of the 1998 Australian Super Touring Championship, and shared by Wilson and Rodney Forbes in the that year's Bathurst 1000
In 1999 the car was purchased by Mike Downard and entered in 3 rounds of the Australian Super Touring Championship. After a string of bad results the championship campaign ended when Downard rolled the car at Queensland Raceway. The car would re-appear a few months later at the Bathurst 500 driven by Downard and Mark Porter. The following year Downard again entered the Australian Super Touring Championship in 2000, although would only appear at the first 3 rounds.
In 2002 the car was driven in the Australian Super Touring Series by Luke Searle and Clayton Pyne
Sold in late 2003 to Allan Letcher who raced in various Western Australia-based club events.
In Oct 2013 the car was purchased by Peter Jones. Sold in May 2015 to Seattle-based Peter Gleeson, the car now resides in the LeMay Museum in Tacoma.