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  Jaguar XJR-5
 

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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced from:1982 - 1985
Numbers built:12 (2 never raced)
Designed by:Lee Dykstra for Group 44
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:June 26, 2009
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Chassis XJR-5/001 This is the very first XJR-5, which was designed and developed in the first half of 1982. In August that year, it was successfully debuted by Bob Tullius and Bill Adam in the Pabst 500 at Road America with a third overall and a first in the GTP class. Tullius drove the car f>>>

Chassis XJR-5/004 Chassis 004 was one of the most successful of all XJR-5s. It was raced extensively by Group 44. Upon its retirement, it was sold to Peter Kaus, who displayed it in his Rosso Bianco Museum. Before the car was shipped to Germany, it only received a cosmetical restoration and a>>>

Chassis XJR-5/006 Chassis 006 was used extensively by Brian Redman in the 1984 and 1985 seasons. Partnered by Doc Bundy he famously won the Miami Grand Prix early in 1984. Redman also raced the car at Le Mans. In 1984 he was joined by Claude Ballot-Lena and John Watson and in 1985 by Hurley H>>>

Chassis XJR-5/007 Built in 1984, chassis 007 was raced for the best part of two seasons. It was used extensively by Bob Tullius and Chip Robinson. The two American racers scored various 2nd and 3rd place finishes but missed out on a well deserved victory. After its contemporary racing career >>>

Chassis XJR-5/010 Although two high numbered XJR-5s exist, chassis 010 was the final car built and raced in period. Although most likely first constructed in 1984, it was not raced until the 1985 season. It is believed that it appeared only once, at the Daytona 24 Hours race. Piloted by Chip >>>


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