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Discussion in 'GT6 Photo Mode' started by diobel, Dec 18, 2013.
Jags photos - didn't see any so ill be the first
Jaguar XKR-S '11
Jaguar XJR-9 - Silk Cut
Special Stage Route X by jhugs1970, on Flickr
Nürburgring 24h_20 by jhugs1970, on Flickr
Nürburgring 24h_39 by jhugs1970, on Flickr
Nürburgring 24h_38 by jhugs1970, on Flickr
Nürburgring 24h_37 by jhugs1970, on Flickr
Nürburgring 24h_36 by jhugs1970, on Flickr
Nürburgring 24h_35 by jhugs1970, on Flickr
Happy New Year Everyone
Syracuse_3 by ItsFJ, on Flickr
Syracuse_2 by ItsFJ, on Flickr
Syracuse_1 by ItsFJ, on Flickr
Syracuse by ItsFJ, on Flickr
Love this shot.
happy new year
Circuit de la Sarthe 2013 by gnomefromnome, on Flickr
Ronda_1 Copy by gnomefromnome, on Flickr
"Beauty on the Track"
XK-RS sure is a hidden beauty
2002 Jaguar S-Type
This thread gets no love
Jaguar XJR-9 1988 24 Hours of Le Mans by Metalsun1, on Flickr
By the time the 1988 24 Hours of Le Mans came around again, Porsche was still a dominating force. If you were a privateer team and wanted to win this race, an obvious car to invest in and take to the race would be a Porsche 962. They had won for the last 7 years straight. The odds were stacked against the other teams. Tom Walkinshaw Racing (TWR) brought to the fight 5, factory supported Jaguar XJR-9s. A development of the XJR-8s, the XJR-9s had increased its horsepower to 750hp and aerodynamic efficiency by 15%, in part by re-installing the rear wheel covers, low rear spoiler and truncated bodywork. After 31 years, Jaguar without a win, Johnny Dumfries, Jan Lammers and Andy Wallace take the checkered flag in the Silk Cut sponsored #2 XJR-9, chassis number TWR-J12C-488, and saw Jaguar take the World Championship with wins in six out of 10 Group C races.
If history played out a little differently.