LHD Race car Registration: n/a Chassis Number: GT3-004 Engine Number: Not Specified Number of cylinders: V8 CC: 4200 Year of Manufacture: 2009 Between 2007 and 2009, Apex Motorsport was a factory approved entrant into the FIA GT3 European Sports Car series with the Jaguar XKR-S. Four cars were built in total, each one an evolution and improvement of its predecessor. Run by the very experienced and talented World Sports Car Racing expert, Richard Lloyd, the team were starting to become competitive and the car looked to be a potential winner when tragedy struck. The team were involved in an air disaster on the way to a test at Paul Ricard which sadly claimed the lives of all 5 on board, including Richard Lloyd, and their test driver, the very talented and much missed - David Leslie. The team was destroyed, both emotionally and physically, and sadly the project was halted. Jaguar enthusiast and sponsor, Stuart Scott, bought the first car which now resides in the Jaguar Heritage Museum, and this the last car - chassis no.4 which, in the past, has been raced by Mike Jordan, Neil Cunningham and Bradley Ellis. Infact, Phil Quaife and Stuart Hall qualified this car 2nd at the Silverstone r
jaguar xkr gt3 004 left-hand-drive 6-speed lightweight manual petrol supercharge v8 british xk r 2-plus-2
Hampshire approximately one and a half miles from Junction 5 of the M3 Motorway.
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