HistoryBuilt by Trakstar and run in the 1991 British Touring Car Championship for Robb Gravett. Originally planned to be one of two cars run by the team; a second shell was built but never completed. Unable to find a sponsor the team struggled with lack of funds throughout the year and by the end of the season were forced into administration.
The race car plus unfinished second shell were purchased by Portugal racer Carlos Rodrigues. Both cars were converted to left hand drive, and the ex-Gravett car driven by Rodrigues in the Portuguese touring car series and Macau Grand Prix.
After 1994 the car remained unused and was eventually stripped of mechanical parts, laying dormant until 2014 when both shells were purchased by Carl Hoey and returned to the UK.