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Hexagon E-type16a– Hexagon is delighted to offer for sale not one, but two perfectly preserved Series 1 Jaguar E-Types
– Quite possibly the two lowest-mileage 4.2-litre examples in the world, Hexagon has a 1965 Roadster with 8,676 miles and a 1965 Fixed Head Coupe with just 10,513 miles
– Offered in incredible original condition and with matching numbers, both are priced at £249,995
– The Series 1 E-Type is a true icon, one of Britain’s greatest automotive triumphs and one of the most desirable classic cars in the world
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– Ferrari 333 SP hot to trot among 90s Endurance Legends
– Jaguar Sport XJR15s return to Silverstone after 25-year absence
– Dallara plus Riley & Scott sports prototypes add to on-track show
– Maserati Barchetta, Mercedes CLK, TVR T400R plus a plethora of Porsches
– Tickets on sale until 5pm on Thursday

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– Jaw-dropping Art of Performance Tour comes to Silverstone
– Go drifting in an F-TYPE and take home film of your experience
– Jaguar XJ14 holds the Silverstone Classic circuit lap record
– C-types, D-types and E-types all in racing action

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Jaguar Le Mans16aAndy Wallace, Le Mans winner outright for Jaguar in 1988, was a winner again at the La Sarthe circuit this weekend as 65 racing Jaguars took to the track in the Le Mans Classic round of the Jaguar Classic Challenge.

Wallace, whose ’88-winning XJR-9 wowed the crowds during a 100-strong Jaguar parade lap which preceded the race, finished third overall and won his class racing a D-type, while Julian Thomas won the race outright in his 1962 low-drag E-type. Read More »

Following the runaway success of its entry-level, one-make ‘Academy’ Series for Austin A30/35 cars, the HRDC will follow up this innovative concept in 2017, with a ‘Senior’ Series for historic Jaguar Touring Cars, embracing all saloon models of the type which were raced in period from 1950 to 1966.

Julius Thurgood, Race Director and founder of the Historic Racing Drivers Club, is upbeat about the new concept: “From the very beginning of my plans to create an entry-level series into historic racing, I knew that there had to be a logical path to follow on from the HRDC ‘Academy’ that would be aspirational to both those drivers who were graduating through this grass-roots series and to those already experienced competitors who were seeking to race in a high-end but fair-play ‘Senior Series’. Read More »

– Visitors to Autosport International this January will be able to get close to one of the cars from the 24th James Bond adventure SPECTRE
– Two Jaguar C-X75s, driven on screen by villain Hinx (played by Dave Bautista), will be on display at the NEC. One of which will be in the Live Action Arena
– Specially-prepared for SPECTRE, the C-X75 was provided by Jaguar Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations in collaboration with development partner Williams Advanced Engineering
– A second static car will join a host of Williams’ most significant Formula One cars at the Williams Martini Racing motorhome, situated next to the revamped Autosport Stage
– Autosport International takes place between 14-17 January* and tickets are selling fast at

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Classic London Brits15a– Visitors to Classic & Sports Car – The London Show will be treated to a host of eye-catching historical picture galleries
– Reflecting the event’s ‘Best of British’ theme, two galleries will be sponsored by Jaguar Land Rover, focusing on Jaguar’s 80th anniversary and 45 years of Range Rover respectively
– British F1 history will also be celebrated in a stunning gallery
– All images will be provided by LAT Photographic
– Classic & Sports Car – The London Show will feature more than 300 of the world’s most prestigious classic cars
– Key attractions will include the naming of the public-voted Best British Car Ever, a celebration of Aston Martin, display of Sir Stirling Moss single-seaters and a Live Interview stage
– Inaugural show will take place from 30th October to 1st November 2015 at Alexandra Palace, further information and tickets available at Read More »

– Jaguar Heritage hosts inaugural ‘Mini Miglia’ for 2015 driver team in preparation for the Mille Miglia in Italy,14-17 May
– Vehicle familiarisation and ‘shakedown’ event took in 100 miles of the best Scottish roads, helping guest drivers to prepare for the gruelling Mille Miglia
– Chef, TV Presenter and Car Collector James Martin won the ‘Mini Miglia’ trial in a Jaguar D-type ‘Long Nose’
– New short film captures the spirit and action from the rally:

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JD Classics Donington15– JD Classics is entering four expertly prepared racing cars in the 2015 Donington Historic Festival: a Costin Lister, Cooper T33, Rover SD1 and Jaguar E-type
– The JD Classics race team has already kicked off the 2015 season with two podium finishes at the 73rd Goodwood Members’ Meeting
– The team will be looking to build on last year’s success at Donington, where JD Classics cars took two victories

JD Classics will be entering four cars, expertly prepared by its Historic Racing team, in to the 2015 Donington Historic Festival from 2-4 May. Read More »

– Jaguar Heritage to field nine of the marque’s most famous 1950s models in the 2015 Mille Miglia
– Event runs from 14-17 May with drivers piloting three C-types, three D-types, an XK120, an XK140 and a MK VII
– Star line-up of drivers come from motorsport, music and entertainment to drive historic Jaguars on the Mille Miglia
– Live updates from event will be available through Jaguar’s official social media channels, as well as Twitter profiles of drivers using hashtag: #JaguarMille


Jaguar is celebrating its 80th anniversary by once again taking on the legendary challenge that is the Mille Miglia. Held from 14-17 May in Italy, Jaguar Heritage Racing will be fielding a team of drivers who will cover more than 1,000 miles from Brescia-Rome-Brescia in nine of the marque’s most celebrated models. Read More »