CommentsDriven by Andrew Jordan in 2012/13/14, taking the BTCC title in 2013.
With Andrew Jordan leaving to drive an MG6 in 2015, and the Jordan family selling the Eurotech team, the car was taken over by new team boss Jeff Smith.
Initially set to be a spare car for 2016, but when Andy Neate parted company with Team Dynamics after just one round a space on the grid became available. Eurotech acquired that entry and ran the car for Dan Lloyd, although a lack of funding meant that he was only able to race in 3 rounds.
For 2017, Jeff Smith was back behind the wheel, however his season was cut short following as accident at Croft during qualifying. Luke Davenport's Ford Focus had spilt oil over an already very wet track and chaos ensued as several cars, include Smith's Civic, were involved in the resulting pile-up.
Jeff Smith had suffered a shoulder injury during the crash and to be cut from the car. Jeff's son Brett was drafted in for the remainder of the season, driving the teams spare car.
The accident damage, together with the sections cut out of the roll cage, meant that the car was effectively scrap. Any useful components were stripped and the shell was left in a corner of the team's workshop.
In late 2018, the remains of the car was purchased by Andrew Jordan.