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The 200mph Jaguar (DVD)

68 minutes    front cover
The Jaguar XJ220 spearheaded Britain's entry into the world of supercars, previously dominated by Italian stylists and engineers. The showcar prototype caused a sensation when it appeared at the British Motor Show in 1988 creating a wave of public interest that led inevitably to the decision to go into production. The latest race-car technology was added to enhancing Jaguar's reputation for speed with style. And what speed! With over 500 bhp on tap, the XJ220 soon took its place as the world's fastest production road car. We tell the whole XJ220 story with exclusive footage, filmed in the factory, in the car and on the road together with historic archive material.

Jaguars Across America (DVD)

70 minutes     front cover

SInce the end of the Second World War, Jaguar has been one of the most revered names in the sports and luxury car market in America. The love affair began when the incredibly beautiful XK120 was launched in America at the end of the 1940s. Hollywood legend Clark Gable bought one of the first cars to arrive and then it seemed every other serious motoring enthusiast was keen to follow.

The love affair continued with the subsequent launches of the faster XK140 and XK150 in the mid 50s and reached an even greater level of adulation when the XKE (E type) was revealed to America's motorists at the 1961 New York Auto Show. Many of the company's other models have enjoyed similar success, and to this day, Jaguar is still one of the most sought after cars in the country.

Made over a two year period and filmed from coast to coast, this movie uses both a feast of fascinating archive material as well as a considerable amount of original footage to tell the story of this extraordinary affection for the Jaguar name.

The Jaguar e-type (DVD)

47 minutes     front cover
An excellent DVD which not only tells the history of the legendary e-type Jaguar in great detail, but also contains excellent archive footage spanning the entire era of the Jaguar company. This is a very professional production which celebrates one of the world's greatest ever sports cars, from one of Britain's most famous motoring manufacturers. Includes special features on rare Jaguar sports cars, racing and Jaguar's success at Le Mans.

Jaguar at Le Mans 1954-1958 (DVD)

120 minutes    front cover
This magnificent collection charts the story of the iconic D-Type Jaguar at the world's greatest endurance race from 1954 to 1958. Created by Random Film Productions on behalf of the marque, this is an important and evocative record of some of the most memorable Le Mans races ever seen.
Wonderfully filmed in full colour, and with commentary from such luminaries as Raymond Baxter and Nevil Lloyd, these films feature pre-event build-up and highlights from the 24-hour races, featuring on-track action, rare off-track sequences and, most importantly, the fabulous sights and sounds of Jaguars, Ferraris, Maseratis, Aston Martins, Mercedes and more tackling the Circuit de la Sarthe.
The Ferrari-Jaguar grudge match of 1954, the horrific tragedy of 1955, the Ecurie Ecosse privateer delight of 1956, the 1-2-3-4 Jaguar dominance of 1957 and the disasters of 1958 - all of these classic confrontations are captured in thrilling original film, as well as the tense pit wall moments overseen by Jaguar race manager Lofty England.
This collection provides an exceptional opportunity to see legends including Mike Hawthorn, Stirling Moss, Juan Manuel Fangio, Peter Collins, Phil Hill, Wolfgang von Trips, Duncan Hamilton, Ivor Bueb and more - as well as hearing first-hand from Hawthorn himself.
No serious motorsport enthusiast should be without this essential collection.

The Jaguar's Roar -the story of the 1988 Le Mans 24 hours

jaguars roar
144 minutes    front cover

A comprehesnive celebration of the epic 1988 Le Mans Race,  this brand new DVD is the definitive story of how Jaguar ended Porsche's Domination of the Le Mans 24 Hour, told By The People Who Made It Happen.  This DVD examines the resurrection of Jaguar's motor racing past, Tom Walkinshaw and Sir John Egan's "Three Year Plan", and the Ultimate success at Le Mans. It also provides an in-depth look at the personalities and characters, and of course the cars involved in the re-birth of Jaguar.

Extra Features include, Tony Southgate deatails the key design features of the XJR-9LM at the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Museum, Jan Lammers, Andy Wallace, and Derek Bell Describe a lap of the famous Le Mans Circuit and exclusive on-board footage of the XJR-9LM being given a shakedown at the MIRA in June 2008, prior to its return to Le Mans.

Jaguar -Racing through time (the story of Jaguar's domination of the Le Mans 24 hour race)

55 minutes   front cover

William Lyons founded the company that was to become Jaguar in Blackpool in 1922. His first vehicles were side-cars for motorcycles, however he quickly realised that having his products seen on the racing circuit was a sure-fire way of raising his company`s profile. So, by the mid 1930s William had moved his company to Coventry and was now building sports cars!

Blessed with a team of highly talented engineers, Jaguar produced the XK120, a highly powerful, car that was capable of speeds of up to 132mph, and the subsequent C-Type and D-Type models that really set the Coventry marque on the road to racing and commercial success. Indeed, victories at the 1951 and 1953 Le Mans with the D-Type Jaguar made the company a famous name worldwide, a position it still holds to this day.
Including superb archive footage and interviews with Jaguar`s competition director, Raymond `Lofty` England and ex-driver Duncan Hamilton. This DVD is a must-have for all fans of British motor racing.