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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced in:1988
Numbers built:6 + 2 earlier chassis
Designed by:Tony Southgate for TWR
Predecessor:Jaguar XJR-8
Successor:Jaguar XJR-12
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:November 07, 2014
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Chassis: J12-C-688
Chassis 688 is the sixth and final brand new XJR-9 built by TWR in 1988. It replaced the Le Mans winner in the second half of the season. Regular drivers in 1988 were Johnny Dumfries and Jan Lammers and they scored a second and third and Spa and Brno respectively. The following season Andy Wallace and John Nielsen piloted the car but could do no better than fifth. After a big accident at Brands Hatch mid-season, 688 was retired. For many years it was part of the TWR museum collection until it was sold after the company's bankruptcy. Returned to full running order, it was briefly raced in historic events during the mid-2000s. It eventually returned to the tracks in 2022 when its new owner raced it at the Le Mans Classic. (Source: TWR Jaguar Prototype Racers, by Leslie F. Thurston)

Chassis details
Manufactured in 1988
First owner TWR Jaguar Racing
Last known location British Historic Racer
Appearances

2022 Le Mans Classic 2022 Le Mans Classic 2022 Le Mans Classic 2022 Le Mans Classic
2022 Le Mans Classic 2022 Le Mans Classic 2022 Le Mans Classic 2022 Le Mans Classic
2022 Le Mans Classic 2022 Le Mans Classic 2006 Silverstone Classic 2006 Silverstone Classic
2006 Silverstone Classic 2006 Silverstone Classic 2006 Silverstone Classic 2006 Silverstone Classic
2006 Silverstone Classic

  Article Image gallery (110) Chassis (4) J12-C-688 Specifications User Comments (2)