The Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club have been organising racing since 1998 and their Saloon & GT Championship reflects the long and successful history that Jaguar has in racing and particularly in touring cars and sports cars.
Joining the British Automobile Racing Club ranks for 2021, the JEC will race as part of the Classic Touring Car Racing Club.
Having been a crowd favourite on the UK racing scene since the late 1990’s, the JEC was established over 21 years ago and has since become renowned for producing classic club racing with its bumper grids of XK Series machines and Saloon & GT Championship.
Boasting a wide range of cars all the way from the late 1960’s up until the early millennium, the Club runs a total of five classes, each of which showcases different states of tune.
With a wide range of cars from the late sixties, XK engine, XJ series one saloons. all the way up early millennium cars such as the S Type and XK8, the JEC Saloon & GT Champion caters for them all with five Classes. Class A being standard road cars with required safety modifications fitted, Class B, standard modified car with stage one tuning, Class C, modified cars, Class D fully modified cars and finally an invitation class, Class I.