The VW Rallye Golf G60 had only a short career in the World Rally Championship. On December 1, 1989 he was under the homologation no. A-5398 homologated in Group A and played as factory only 3 World Cup runs in 1990: Acropolis Rally, Rally New Zealand and Australia Rally. This Golf II was built with a VW Motorsport lightweight body under the Matter number RL4 and approved on 1 March 1990 by a single approval by the TÜV Hannover on the license plate WOB-CL 636 for the first time. This is the emergency vehicle of Erwin Weber / Matthias Feltz, which under the application of Volkswagen Motorsport from September 20 – 23, 1990 with the start number 10 tackled the Australian Rally with 35 ballast special tests of a total of 570 kilometers. Unfortunately, the team did not finish, because the cardid not start before the last day in the overnight break Parc Fermé. After 27 completed special stages, it took help for starting it and was therefore it was excluded. After discontinuing the factory program for the World Rally Championship At the end of 1990 the vehicle was sold to Slovakia in 1991. The new owner Jozef Studenič from the rally racing team STUAD BRATISLAVA only used the vehicle for hill climbs, but not for rallies. In 2011 it was resold to Christoph Weber of the Ferrogarage in Vienna, Austria, where it was acquired by the current owner in 2012.