Jaguar announces racing plans with launch of 2015 Jaguar Heritage Challenge







Published by Gerald Ferreira Date: November 12, 2014
Categories: Jaguar, Jaguar People, Land Rover

Jaguar announces the 2015 Jaguar Heritage Challenge, a new historic race series dedicated to pre-1966 Jaguar models
Eligible Jaguar models will include the XK series, C and D-types, MK I, MK II, and pre-1966 E-types
Five races planned during the 2015 season, with dates and venues to be confirmed in due course
The Jaguar Heritage Challenge to be administered by the Historic Sports Car Club

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(Whitley, Coventry – 12 November 2014). Jaguar today announces the 2015 Jaguar Heritage Challenge, an exciting new historic race series, which will be dedicated to iconic pre-1966 Jaguar models.

The Jaguar Heritage Challenge will build on the success of the popular Jaguar E-type Challenge that ran for a number of racing seasons. As with the Jaguar E-type Challenge, this exciting new race series for pre-1966 models will be administered by the Silverstone-based Historic Sports Car Club (HSCC).

Derek Weale, Jaguar Land Rover Heritage Business Director, said: “Jaguar has established a strong presence in renowned heritage car celebrations including the Mille Miglia and Goodwood Revival in recent times. A single-marque race series will be an exciting addition to our plans for next year, and I look forward to meeting privateer teams that want to race Jaguar heritage sports and saloon cars in 2015.”

The HSCC plans to run five Jaguar Heritage Challenge races during the 2015 season, with four to be held at major UK venues, plus one Continental European circuit. The confirmed dates, classes and race venues will be announced shortly.