JAGUAR F-TYPE PROJECT 7 CONFIRMED FOR PRODUCTION
Pikes Peak is No Pushover
With thanks to AsphaltAndRubber.com 06/25/2014 @ 5:04 pm, by Jensen Beeler
I can think of a few ways they could have detected that rotation before going for the record.
From AUTOWEEK on the 70th anniversary of D-Day, this is a quaint but interesting nod to a vehicle that helped make the Allied invasion possible: the 60 HP mighty little Jeep.
“Once owned by a Bugatti race driver, this E-Type was worked over by a race mechanic at Bugatti’s shop in Molsheim, France, to extract more power—enough for an extra 7 mph of top end.”
Thanks to Gary for this item.
Holy cats, Jag lovers! Motor Sport Magazine has a searchable archive that covers the entire history of motor sport from 1924 to 2013. Amazingly, you don’t have to be a Motor Sports Magazine subscriber to read these articles. THANK YOU MOTOR SPORTS MAGAZINE !!!
Every page has been scanned and digitized, each article tagged and extracted so that you can search the whole archive by content, keyword, topic, location, and date. Check it out at http://archive.motorsportmagazine.com/
For example, I just found a letter in the July 1969 issue that talks about the XK not being fitted with the Jaguar Mascot.
Thanks to the Jaguar Club of Central Arizona’s newsletter and for Jack Humphrey for pointing us to this site. Of course, thanks to Motor Sports Magazine for making this available. What a great resource!