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Jaguar World Monthly has its origins in Jaguar Quarterly, launched in 1988, and to this day still delivers the best roundup of Jaguar news and features available on the news stands. With buying and maintenance advice covering all ages of Jaguar, the magazine is an essential resource for prospective buyers or owners of Jaguars alike. The magazine also features road tests, exclusive archive material, motorsport and the latest news from around the world. There's also 100s of cars and parts for sale in our Free Ads section. If you're a leaping cat enthusiast, Jaguar World Monthly is the definitive independent publication for you.

 
 
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Jaguars return to Le Mans

Jaguars return to Le Mans

A pair of Jaguars were back on the Le Mans track during the weekend of this year’s 24-hour race (14/15 June). Alas, they weren’t for the main event but for a support race that featured cars from the Group C era of sportscar racing. The grid for the 45-minute race featured 25 cars in three classes, with ten marques being represented, spanning the full Group C era from 1982 to 1992. The Jaguars raced were a 1990 Silk Cut XJR-12 D V12 (the sort that won Le Mans in 1990) and a 1991 V6-engined XJR-16 from the American IMSA series in Bud Light livery. Richard Eyre in the XJR-16 finished in fourth place while Peter Garrod driving the XJR-12 was 13th.

 

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