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Jaguar XJR-9 - ALBUM HAYNES

WydawnictwoHaynes

AutorMichael Cotton

ISBN9781785211133

Liczba stron168

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Format270 x 210mm

Rok wydania2017

Językangielski


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Jaguar XJR-9 Owners' Workshop Manual
Includes all Jaguar XJR Group C and IMSA aports racing cars, 1985to 1993 (XJR-5 to XJR-16)

UWAGA!
Oferowana książka wydana jest w języku angielskim (niedostępna w polskiej wersji językowej).

1985-1992 (XJR-5 to XJR-17)
The Jaguar XJR-9LM is renowned as the 1988 Le Mans winner. It was the first Jaguar to win the world’s most prestigious endurance race since 1957, and an estimated 50,000 British spectators were there to cheer the Tom Walkinshaw Racing Jaguar team in its hour of glory.This manual covers the entire nine-year history of the XJR Jaguars, both in the World Championship and IMSA racing, and includes brief details of the V6 turbo and 3.5-litre V8 cars. The engaging text includes interviews with drivers Derek Warwick, Martin Brundle, Andy Wallace, Jan Lammers and Win Percy, plus engineers Tony Southgate, Allan Scott and Alastair Macqueen, while former Jaguar Cars boss, Sir John Egan, provides a foreword.

Author: Michael Cotton began trained as a journalist before becoming Assistant Editor of Sporting Motorist between 1962 and 1966. He was briefly Assistant Editor of Motorsport before becoming Editor of Motoring News until 1976, when he left to become Press and PR Manager of Porsche Cars GB. In 1983 Michael left Porsche to go freelance, specialising in GT and sportscar endurance racing, and the Porsche and Jaguar marques in particular. He reported on all the Jaguar XJR-9's races for Motoring News, and is very well connected with all the people involved in the story.

An insight into the design, engineering and operation of Jaguar's World Championship, IMSA and Le Mans winning cars
Contents
Foreword
by Sir John Egan
Introduction
Acknowledgements
The Jaguar XJR series story
The Jaguar story
Desing and development of the Jaguar XJR series
1985 - Tom Walkinshaw Racing prepares the Jaguar XJR-6
1986 - refining the package
1987 - the XJR-8, a champion
1988 - the XJR-9LM, a winner at Daytona and Le Mans
1989 - the introduction of the turbo cars
1990 - V6 XJR-10 and 11 continue, plus the arrival of the XJR-12
1991 - all change...
1992 - rancing continues in the US
1993 - Daytona Swansong
The Jaguar XJR series in action
1985 FIA World Endurance Championship
1986 FIA World Sports-Prototype Championship
1987 FIA World Sports-Prototype Championship
1988 FIA World Sports-Prototype Championship
1988 IMSA Championship - USA
1989 FIA World Sports-Prototype Championship
1990 FIA World Sports-Prototype Championship
1990 IMSA Championship - USA
1991 FIA World Sportscar Championship
1991 IMSA Championships - USA
1991 Jaguar Sport Intercontinental Challenge (XJR-15)
1992 IMSA Championships - USA
1993 Daytona 24 Hours
Anatomy of the Jaguar XJR series
Chassis
V-12 engine
V6 turbo engines
3,5 litre V8 HB engines
Transmission
Suspension
Brakes
Steering
Wheels and tyres
Electrical system
Cocpit
Pneumatic jacking system
The drivers
Raul Boesel
Martin Brundle
Eddie Cheever
Price Cobb
Johnny Dumfries
Davy Jones
Jan Lammers
John Nielsen
Andy Wallace
Derek Warwick
John Watson
Appendices
Jaguar XJR type numbers
Jaguar XJR V12 chassis numbers
Jaguar XJR series comparative data
Results for 12-cylinder Jaguar XJR series
Index

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