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JEC Track Day

Brands Hatch

Posted on:11/02/2014

One or two of us are going to Brands Hatch on the 28th February for a Jaguar Enthusiasts Club Track Day If you wish to join us, it is a free day out. If you just wish to only look. Further down the item is the costs if you feel more adventurous.

There is a possibility that you will see one of our very own members cars on the track and even get a close look at them in the pits.


Nowadays there are so few opportunities to safely & legally explore the full potential of a car’s performance & handling. For this reason, the JEC run trackdays to give our members the opportunity to exercise cars in a suitable environment. The next JEC Trackday will be run at Brands Hatch to the usual successful format. It gives you, the enthusiast, the opportunity to drive your car at this famous & interesting circuit. If required, expert tuition will be available to get the best from your car under strictly controlled conditions. Technical support is also provided as part of the trackday experience in addition to discussions with like-minded enthusiasts. All that is required is a road or race legal car, which need not be a Jaguar. Non members are also welcome, space permitting. The day consists of a briefing, followed by demonstration/sighting laps with newcomers as passengers in which the Instructor will talk you round the circuit. Then follow one-to-one laps with the Instructor sitting alongside. When you are ready, you will be allowed out alone. You may use the Instructors’ services throughout the day.           You will be running in groups of around 20 cars. Sessions of up to 15 minutes and you may run as many sessions as time permits, normally a total of 2.5 hours track time. The circuit is marshalled.   Cost to be finalised but approx. £215 for JEC Members     £235 for non-Members.  Additional driver £35             Passenger £10        Spectators free.   Corporate arrangements can be negotiated   To register an interest, contact :Tel 01453 842399 or e-mail    


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