HistoryOriginally built as RWD, the car was tested at a number of BTCC meetings but never raced in that configuration. When the team decided to drop RWD, the car was converted to FWD and served as Andy Rouse's race car for the 1993 British Touring Car Championship. Rouse would also use the car for the FIA Touring Car Challenge.
For the end-of-season TOCA Shootout at Donington, guest driver Nigel Mansell was drafted in to drive the car. Famously, Mansell's race ended when he crashed heavily into the concrete wall at Starkey's Bridge. The remains of the car were eventually crushed.