Jaguar Project 7 Returns To Shelsley Walsh


July 18, 2015 By Mike Lee
Last updated on August 1, 2015

Jaguar Project 7 returns to Shelsley Walsh

Jaguar’s Project 7 is to return to Shelsley Walsh this Sunday (19th July) as part of The Midland Automobile Club’s Jaguar Celebrations.

The Project 7 concept car was filmed at Shelsley Walsh before its unveiling at THE Goodwood Festival Of Speed in 2013.

F-TYPE Project 7 is the first Jaguar performance vehicle from Jaguar Land Rover’s Special Operations team, and will be produced in an exclusive, limited-edition run of up to 250 units. Its distinctive roadster body, introduced in concept form in 2014, pays tribute to one of the most famous and iconic racing Jaguars: the three-time Le Mans winning D-type. F-TYPE Project 7’s name pays homage to Jaguar’s seven outright Le Mans wins.

The Jaguar F-TYPE Project 7 is not only the most focused derivative of the award-winning F-TYPE range, but is also the fastest and most powerful production Jaguar ever built.

Mark Constanduros, Commercial Manager for the Midland Automobile Club commented “This is great news that Jaguar are bringing Project 7 to Shelsley Walsh this weekend. To have this car here to celebrate the numerous anniversaries of Jaguar is very special as it signifies the tribute to Jaguar’s Le Mans success. We very much look forward to seeing the car on the hill again as a full production model.”

Project 7 will be in action on the hill driven by one of Jaguar’s professional drivers during Sunday.

  • EVENT INFORMATION
    Venue: Shelsley Walsh Hill Club, Shelsley Walsh, Worcestershire WR6 6RP Children under 16 years old, go free
  • Each day starts at approx. 9.15 am and finishes around 5.30pm dependent on the conduct of the event.
  • Admission tickets are £15.00 and includes parking, access to seated enclosures and access to the Paddock.

Full details of this weekend’s activities can be found on our web site www.shelsleywalsh.co.uk

1. Jaguar Project 7. Credit: Jaguar
2. Jaguar Project 7 Concept in 2013 at Shelsley Walsh. Credit: Jaguar