CommentsBuild by JAS Motorsport for the 2005 WTCC and driven for the first half of the season until the Belgium round by Roberto Colciago, after which budgetary problems mean that Colciago had to part company with the team. The car was then taken over by Adriano de Micheli, whose original race car had been crashed during free practice in Mexico.
Purchased by Danish team Hartmann Racing in 2006 and run in the Danish series for Martin Jensen in 2006/07 and Jens Møller in 2008.
Prior to the 2009 season the car went to N.technology and was upgraded to the latest WTCC-spec. The car was then driven by Poulsen in 2009 DTC as well as the end-of-season European Cup.
2010 would see a number of a number of drivers use the car in the Danish series - Tomas Engström at Jyllands-Ringen, Wolfgang Treml at Djursland and finally James Thompson at Jyllands-Ringen after Thompson's usual car was crashed heavily at the Djursland race. Both Jyllands-Ringen rounds counted towards the combined STCC/DTC Scandinavian Cup. The car would also be used in the ETC-Cup with Engström driving at the first round in Portugal, and Treml driving in Austria and Italy.
The car would have just two outings in 2011, the ETC-Cup at Salzburgring in July and the Jyllands-Ringen round of the Scandinavian series in August, with Wolfgang Treml driving on both occasions.
From 2012 to 2016 the car was used as a show car, appearing on the HP Ellectonik stand at numerous trade shows and exhibitions.
For 2017 the car was fully rebuild back to racing condition. Initially it was intended that Anne Sofie Hartmann, daughter of team owner Hans Hartmann, would race the car in the Danish Special Saloons series, but as she was still feeling the effects of earlier road-car accident, that plan was put on hold. The car did run a two meetings, Nicki Kristensen at Jyllands-Ringen, and Jesper Egebart at Djursland, before the team decided to put the car up for sale.