Jaguars of all vintages made a starring appearance in Adelaide on the track during the first round of Supercars – the Clipsal.
Cars from all of the eras were on hand to parade the Supercar drivers around the track.
Even the television commentators were impressed, and added the parade was staged to commemorate Jaguar’s success at Le Mans – particularly in 1957 when Jaguar scored its finest result there.
It isn’t the first time Jaguars have appeared on the same track.
In 1989, for the Australian Grand Prix meeting, Jaguar even brought the priceless XJ13 to Australia for its engineering ‘minder’ George Mason to drive.
Congratulations to all involved – and the tail cars – new F-Types – topped off a spectacular sight.