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TheÂ #51 Silk Cut JaguarÂ Â XJR-6Â was raced at Le Mans in 1986 byÂ Derek Warwick – Eddie Cheever – Jean-Louis Schlesser. The team retired after a blown tyre caused severe damage to the car
The #52 Silk Cut JaguarÂ Â XJR-6Â was raced at Le Mans in 1986 by Brian Redman -Â Â Hans Heyer – Hurley Haywood. The team retired with fuel pressure problems
TheÂ #53 Silk Cut JaguarÂ Â XJR-6Â was raced at Le Mans in 1986 by Gianfranco Brancatelli – Win Percy -Â Hurley Haywood. . The team retired with driveshaft failure.
The #6 Silk Cut JaguarÂ XJR-8 LM (Advanced)Â was raced at Le Mans 1987 by Martin Brundle – John Nielsen – Armin Hahn.Â The team retired with a blown head gasket
The 1988Â #60 Jaguar XJR9 was raced in the IMSA series by Martin Brundle – Raul Boesel – John Nielsen
The #21 Silk Cut Jaguar XJR-9 LM TWR was raced to 16th place at Le Mans 1988 by Danny Sullivan -Ã‚Â Davy Jones – Price Cobb.
The #22 Silk Cut Jaguar XJR9 was raced to 4th place at Le Mans in 1988 by Derek Daly – Kevin Cogan – Larry Perkins.
The Jaguar XJR9 Le Mans test car.
The #61Â CastrolÂ TWR Jaguar XJR12 won the 1990 Daytona 24 Hour race in the hands of Jan Lammers – Davy Jones – Andy Wallace
The #2 Bud Light Jaguar XJR14 as raced by Davy Jones at Laguna Seca 1992.
The #4 Jaguar XJR-14 (March) Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Jaguar Cosworth HB as raced at Le Mans 1991 by Andy Wallace – Kenny Achenson -Ã‚Â Teo Fabi. The team withdrew
TheÂ #11 Jaguar XJR15 won the Monaco Million Dollar Intercontinenal Challenge in the hands of Derek Warwick.