Based on a 964 tub, a 3.0-litre IMSA engine was installed, and weight was shed to the last gram. Finally adding a 993 GT2-style body kit, the result, according to the two experienced drivers Mikael Gustavsson and Nigel Barrett, was extremely fast. The car rolled onto the grid in early 1997, and despite technical issues with setup and reliability, the pairing enjoyed a fantastic 3rd place overall in British GT Silverstone against stiff competition, notably as the support race to the British Grand Prix. Despite a promising pace and a promising result, the car could not quite match the pace of the pure GT1 cars and was retired from British GT. Heading back to Sweden, Christer Steen competed with the car in Swedish GT races. Enjoying a number of wins, he became a Swedish champion in 1997 and winner of a Nordic championship in 1998. The car sits today as it finished its final race.
With a recommissioning needed, this car can line up at Le Mans Classic in future years, being eligible for the Global Endurance Legends. This wonderful story of a car racing in the finest era of GT racing should not be missed—a truly unique car that needs to be driven in anger again.