Clock: Two rare Jaguar models crash during a Goodwood hill climb ceremony

Clock: Two rare Jaguar models crash during a Goodwood hill climb ceremony

Although the events of racing and motoring are very exciting, they also have their own set of risks and disappointments. The famous mountain climb that takes place every year at the Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​in England is no different. Two rare models from the Jaguar race fell on a famous mountain climbing track over the weekend.

The first accident happened on the last day of the event and was a strange Le Mans race car from the Jaguar XJR-12D C team, with British driver Justin Law behind the wheel. In a video image posted on Youtube, the driver appears to have lost control of the vehicle as he accelerated his speed through the Flint Wall section of the hill climb. The rear of the vehicle crashes into thick grass fences and the car suddenly turns around.

Xe

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Jaguar Xf (HT Auto Photo)

Xf

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Jaguar Type F (HT Auto Photo)

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The vehicle stops with a bang and smoke starts to come out of it. Along with the rear of the vehicle, the wings and covers are also destroyed. Luckily, Law pulled the race car out unscathed.

The second accident involved a Jaguar XJR-15 traveling on the road and occurred directly as part of the hill climb event. In a video that captured the accident, Jaguar can be seen suddenly deviating to the left of the track and hitting the grass fences under the walkway.

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