TWR and Jaguar's XJS — Inside Tom Walkinshaw's Group A Racing Team
by Allan Scott
This book is a high quality coloured production and tells the inside story of how Tom Walkinshaw Racing carried out this sometimes controversial motor racing programme for Jaguar Cars UK, from 1982-1987. New Zealander Allan Scott who investigated and managed TWR's Race Engine Division over 15 years takes an in-depth view of how TWR operated, as well as documenting its many successes on the race tracks of Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Macau. Told from an engine perspective, this book reveals for the first time the magic and myth surrounding this period in TWR's history.
Evaluating the prospect of working with Jaguar
A new direction for TWR
The XJS takes to the circuits of Europe
TWR to be Jaguar's official worksteam
Preparing for 1984
1984 ETCC challenge
Volvo - BMW - Rover and the future direction of Group A
TWR's return to the Bathurst 1000km
1986-1987: Bathurst - Fuji - New Zealand
Motor racing "improves the breed"
Buch, Hardcover, 21 x 26,5 cm, 320 Seiten, ca. 100 farbige und 50 s/w-Abbildungen, englischer Text