CommentsBuilt by Scuderia Bigazzi and one of two cars run in the 2001 European Super Production Championship, this one being used by Tobai Masini.
For 2002, both cars were updated to S2000-spec used the kit of parts supplied by works team N.tehnology. Driven by Éric Cayrolle in 2002 and the first half of 2003, with Mattias Andersson, Reinhard Huber and Adriano de Micheli taking over the car for one meeting each.
Sold in 2003 to GA Motorsports and run in the BTCC with a chassis number of "59" according to the TOCA logbook. Initially for Carl Breeze before Stefan Hodgetts took over for the final 3 races of the year. The car was damaged when Hodgetts went into the wall at Brands Hatch, and although the team were able to repair the car and complete the remainder of the season. At the end of the year the car went to N.Technology in Italy.
Whilst in Italy the car was sold to Mark Smith with the intention of running it in the 2006 BTCC. However on assessing the repaired car, Smith decided to transfer the running gear into another shell. The work was carried out by PT Motorsport.
In early 2008, the car would make a brief appearance at the BTCC Media Day. Team 48 had intended to buy and run the two cars (SE107-009 and SE107-010) from A-Tech, but were unable to secure funding in time. Desperate to have something to show to the media, the shell of this car was obtained and hastily converted to an non-running show-car using whatever running gear was available.
The car was eventually stripped for its parts and initial report suggested the shell was scrapped, although that proved not to be the case. In 2010 the shell was acquired by Bianco Motorsport. In 2014 the car was re-painted black but remained untouched whilst the team sourced the necessary parts for a rebuild and worked on other projects. The rebuild is due to be completed in 2020.