Interview: Tom Walkinshaw – Mike Jiggle sits down with the man responsible for Jaguar’s most recent Le Mans successes for a discussion of his career and his accomplishments.
Profile: A Cut Above – Ed McDonough does double duty, sampling a pair of Jaguar’s Le Mans prototypes, an XJR-9 and an XJR-12, both part of Le Mans-winning efforts.
Feature: Jaguar Outback Record – Patrick Quinn tells the tale of two blokes, an XK120 and a World Record that took five years and Stirling Moss to break.
Feature: Building a Legend at Le Mans – John Zimmermann summarizes the exploits of Jaguar at Le Mans, reflecting on the men and machines responsible for the marque’s enduring mystique.
Fast Lines: In The Beginning… – Pete Lyons waxes lyrically on his memories of enjoying Jaguar’s iconic C-Type from inside and outside.
Heroes: “Lofty” England – Robert Newman tells the tale of the man who ran Jaguar’s factory racing effort during its Glory Days.
Legends Speak: Racing for Walkinshaw – Win Percy recounts his lengthy relationship with Tom Walkinshaw, including racing numerous Jaguars for him.
Art History: “Exiting Arnage” – Chris Phillips depicts Ron Flockhart and his Ecurie Ecosse D-Jaguar heading for a repeat win at Le Mans.
The Golden Age: Racing My Jaguars – Art Evans writes about his memories of racing his own Jaguars on the tracks of Southern California.
Greatest Racecars: 1988 Jaguar XJR-9 – Jan Lammers discusses the attributes of the “Tom Cat” with which he wrote his name in Le Mans history.
Last Lap: Sir William – Mike Lawrence remembers the man who got Jaguar rolling, the inimitable Sir William Lyons.
First Turn: Of Swallows and Cats
Hidden Treasure: 1952 “Drag Jag” XK120
Market Guide: Formula 5000
Photo Gallery: Thunderhill, Road America, Silverstone, Barber Motorsports Park, Virginia International Raceway, Infineon, Watkins Glen