Only two of these racing machines were built and spectators will be lucky enough to see one of them competing in the Dix Mille Tours. This is the first chassis made and carries the Number #001/98. It was entered for the 1998 24 Hours of Le Mans for Steve Soper, Tom Kristensen and Hans-Joachim Stuck, but the BMW V12 LM had to retire due to a default in the conception that caused strong vibrations.
Once this issue fixed, the car was back at Le Mans the following year driven by Steve Soper, Thomas Bscher and Bill Auberlen and finished fifth overall. 2000 was not a lucky year for Thomas Bscher, Geoff Lees and Jean-Marc Gounon who failed to see the chequered flag because of a mechanical glitch.