Jaguar racing - Mk2 chases XJ40 & S-type

The Teapot, a 1961 Jaguar Mk2 driven by Colin McKay, chases an XJ40 & new shape S-type at wet, wet, wet Oulton Park, August 2008

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According to Channel 4 .... "With exclusive access to Jaguar, classic car fanatic Mark Evans follows the creation of what is arguably the world’s most exclusive car. Inside jaguar's factory, craftsmen are building a car fit for a billionaire and the most expensive the company has ever made. Evans witnesses the extraordinary lengths to which they’re going to manufacture a vehicle with a price tag of more than £1 million. Known as the Lightweight, it is an exact recreation of the racing version of the iconic Jaguar E-Type and six super-rich individuals have been specially chosen to own one. Only 12 Lightweights were ever made, back in 1963, one of which recently sold for an estimated £5 million. But 18 were originally planned and now the remaining six are being recreated by Jaguar from scratch. But in the traditional world of classic cars, not everyone welcomes change. And as he goes in search of the secret buyers, Mark discovers this modern ‘classic’ car has divided opinion. With access to both owners and dealers of Lightweights, this film explores the love of classic cars and what drives men to shell out millions for them. Back at Jaguar, as the Lightweight project gets closer to the deadline and the first delivery, the pressure starts to tell. Can Jaguar create automotive perfection, please their billionaire clients and silence the critics?"