After changes to IMSA’s rules and the loss of Lotus factory support, LotuSport team decided to shut down its racing program midway through 1995. Further, the heavy weight penalties that had cumulatively been added to the X180R by IMSA made the chassis no longer competitive.
One of the cars (#12) was sold to Steve Hansen, a LotuSport sponsor and driver. Two additional cars were sold to Bruce Morton in 2000, who planned on entering them in the Speedvision GT World Challenge series with Elliot-Forbes Robinson and Butch Leizinger as drivers. Unfortunately, the team was only able to compete in four races due to lack of funding.
|Mar 18, 1995||Sebring||12||Bo Lemler||1st||7th|
|Mar 18, 1995||Sebring||10||Doc Bundy||3rd||8th|
|Mar 18, 1995||Sebring||11||Andy Pilgrim||9th||11th|
|Apr 8, 1995||Long Beach||10||Doc Bundy||2nd||10th||green highlights|
|Apr 8, 1995||Long Beach||11||Andy Pilgrim||10th||11th|
|Apr 8, 1995||Long Beach||12||Bo Lemler||8th||14th||DNF (mechanical), yellow highlights|
|Apr 8, 1995||Long Beach||9||Peter Shea||13th||15th||DNF (mechanical)|
|May 27, 1995||Lime Rock||11||Andy Pilgrim||6th||3rd|
|May 27, 1995||Lime Rock||10||Doc Bundy||4th||5th|
|May 27, 1995||Lime Rock||9||Peter Shea||12th||8th|
|May 27, 1995||Lime Rock||12||Noel Lawler||10th||12th||DNF (gearshaft)|
|29.5.1995||IMSA 1 Hour Lime Rock||IMSA GTS-2||101||Bruce McQuiston||28th||18th|