Chassis 002 was run by Dick Barbour Racing. Competed at circuits such as Le Mans, Jarama, Mosport and Laguna Seca by a range of drivers including Didier de Radigues and Eric Van De Poele. Subsequently owned by Fred Goddard Racing the car eventually went to Nicholson McLaren engines, who installed a Cosworth XB engine.
The XB has since been removed and the car is offered as a rolling chassis with gearbox, with a significant spares package including 27 wheels (some unused), two spare gearboxes, two casings and a full set of moulds and patterns.
Eligible for historic racing in the US (including the Daytona Historic) and also for the proposed European sprint series.