An exclusive opportunity to take a closeup look at how the XJ220 is put together
February marks the final month of relative peace and quiet before the motor racing season swings back into action. British fans have an opportunity to see a selection of the cars that will be competing this year. including the brand new Pacific PRO I Grand Prix contender, at the Daily Express Motor Racing Show, in association with Motoring News and MOTOR SPORT, which takes place at Earl’s Court from February 12-14.
By special arrangement with the show, Jaguar and JaguarSport, we are pleased to offer a trip for two to the Jaguar factory at Browns Lane, Coventry. After a guided tour, and a spot of lunch, our competition winners will be taken to JaguarSport’s production facility in Banbury, where they will be able to watch a team of specialists working on the XJ220 in all stages of its production.
If you’d like to see at first-hand how a modern supercar evolves, just answer these three simple questions and post your entry form to: Jaguar Competition, MOTOR SPORT, PO Box 35, Standard House. Bonhill Street, London EC2A 4DA.
Entries will also be accepted on postcards and sealed envelopes, but please remember to include your name, address and a daytime telephone number. The closing date is Monday March I .
There will be prizes of an annual subscription to MOTOR SPORT for two runners-up.
1 How many times has Jaguar won the Le Mans 24 Hours?
2 Tom Walkinshaw prepared the most recent Le Mans-winning Jaguars. With which Formula One team is he now associated?
3 Which Dutch driver shared the 1988 Le Mans-winning Jaguar with Andy Wallace and Johnny Dumfries?