The Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club is again delighted to be organizing the Pre ’66 Jaguar race.
Images courtesy of Oliver Read
5 classes have been established to cover all the Jaguars produced before 1966.
The biggest class should be the Jaguar XKs (1948-1961) from our very successful Vredestein Jaguar XK race series, which has now been running 19 years. A class for saloons will see Jaguar MKI, II & S Types. The Jaguar E Types warrant 2 classes to take account of the different performance levels.
Other Jaguars, such as Lister,Tojeiro,C & D Types are also provided for.
The race honours Norman Dewis, legendary Jaguar race & test driver who was responsible for the development of so many Jaguar competition & road cars. Norman should be at the event. Previous years has seen this race being very exciting with extremely close and enthusiastic racing. In 2016, during the very wet race, drivers demonstrated their skills in entertaining spectators with some very sideways driving.
The Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club has 18,000+ members & is based in Filton Bristol. They run events from worldwide tours, technical advice, parts, regalia, club nights, trackdays & of course, up to 50 races per year in UK & Europe.
The JEC has a members enclosure at the event.
To find out more, contact Terry Dye, on 01453 842399, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. See website www.jec-racing.org.uk