History1999 - Used by Laurent Aiello during the first half of the British Touring Car Championship. He would switch to the team's spare car following an accident at the start of the Donington round.
2000 - Acquired by PRO Motorsport and run in the British Touring Car Championship Independents' Cup class, initially driven by Colin Blair, with David Leslie taking over midway through the season. Leslie also used the Car in one round of the Swedish Touring Car Championship.
2001 - Entered in the FIA European Super Touring Championship for Sandro Sardelli. The Italian finished fifth in the championship overall and won the Michelin Trophy for Amateur Driver.
2004 - Driven by Jonathan Young in the Super Touring Challenge, finishing first in both heats and the final. Also used for selected rounds of the Scottish and Northern Saloon & Sportscar Championships.
2005 - Returned to 1999 livery and demonstrated at the Goodwood Festival of Speed by Anthony Reid. Also made an end-of-season outing in the BRSCC Euro Saloon Championship in the hands of PRO Motorsport boss Derek Palmer.
2006 - Driven in the Dutch Supercar Challenge by Rick Pearson and Derek Palmer Jr, and once again demonstrated by Anthony Reid at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
2007 - Driven in the Dutch Supercar Challenge by Rick Pearson and Derek Palmer Jr, winning a race at Assen. Demonstrated by Anthony Reid at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
2008 - Part of the '50 years of BTCC' display at the Autosport show. Driven round Knockhill by Anthony Reid as part of the David Leslie tribute in April, and by Reid and Rick Pearson at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Driven at Silverstone by Graham Leslie (David's father) as part of the BTCC's 50th anniversary display.