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Motor Week Jaguar XJS HE Review

04/11/2018
by Nick Guthry

Below Watch: The Motor Week Jaguar XJS H.E. review of the time...

Jaguar XJ40 Promotional Video

07/10/2018
by Nick Guthry

Below Watch: The official promotional video following the development of the XJ40 produced by Jaguar...

Jaguar XJS Pre HE V12 drive to Monaco review with Harry Metcalfe

24/09/2018
by Nick Guthry

Below Watch: 1,000 miles drive in a pre-HE Jaguar XJ-S to Monaco. Video diary of Octane Magazine's cover story with Harry Metcalfe from September 2015.

Jay Leno's Garage - 1975 Jaguar XJC

18/09/2018
by Nick Guthry

Below Watch: 1975 Jaguar XJ6 Coupe on Jay Leno's Garage. Christopher Glancy's tastefully refreshed Jaguar XJ6 makes Jay envious with its lack of B pillar and comfortable seats...

Porsche 919 Hybrid Evo full onboard Nordschleife record

04/08/2018
by Nick Guthry

Absolutely Mental! The 919 Hybrid Evo sets a new all-time record lap at the Nürburgring, “Nordschleife”. Watch the complete on-board record lap by Timo Bernhard...

Chaz Mostert 2:01.9575 Bathurst Pre Dawn

11/02/2018
by Nick Guthry

We love the Bathurst 12 hour, thats not unusual, we pretty much love all motorsport. This is Awesome though, ride onboard the #43 Schnitzer M6 GT3 pre dawn with Chaz Mostert as he sets the race lap record of 2:01.9575s... in the dark.

Jeremy Clarkson races the sun in a X351 XJ

22/11/2017
by Nick Guthry

Below watch: Jeremy Clarkson race a 5L V8 X351 Jaguar XJ against the rotation of the Earth itself.

Tom Walkinshaw, XJS V12 and Bathurst = Magic

22/11/2017
by Nick Guthry

Below watch: Tom Walkinshaw at work and listen to that awesome V12 during the 1985 James Hardie 1000.

Porsche 911 Ruf CTR "Yellow Bird" Nürburgring 1987

27/10/2017
by Nick Guthry

Watching Lars Kern set a new record for the Nordshleife last month in the 911 GT2 RS at 6:47.3 was amazing however we were a little bored with all that downforce and cornering speed. Below watch Stefan Roser in the 911 Ruf "Yellow Bird" lap the Nordshleife in 8:05.80 in 1987... No helmet, no gloves, no fear...


Longford Tasmania

21/07/2017
by Nick Guthry

We were in Tasmania last month and could not resist a stop in Longford to take a look at the old circuit which closed in 1968 and hosted the Australian Grand Prix in 1959 and 1965. Today a lot of it still exists and is quite accessible although a continuous lap is impossible. Frank Gardner was in awe of the place and said it made the Nürburgring look quite safe. These photos show the Tannery Straight, Tannery corner and what remains of the run up to the Long Bridge and Newry corner

Below: Tannery Straight Looking North:

Longford Circuit Tasmania Tannery Straight

Below: Tannery Straight Looking South:

Longford Circuit Tasmania Tannery Straight


Below: Tannery Straight Looking South from Tannery Corner:

Longford Circuit Tasmania

Below: Tannery Corner:

Longford Circuit Tasmania Tannery Corner

Below: The Run up to Long Bridge:

Longford Circuit Tasmania Long Bridge