Will it drift?21 December 2012

The Jaguar XKR-S is an eminently driftable machine, but is it so easy to get sideways that you could do it bllindfolded? Steve Sutcliffe gives it a go.

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23 December 2012

Best one ever....

23 December 2012

...but can you drift with one hand duct-taped to the steering wheel?

24 December 2012

Well, Sutcliffe, you've really reached an all time low with this one. What an earth could the editor have been thinking to even allow it ?

Circulation slipping, I wonder why ?

24 December 2012

Anyone remember him driving a Vectra from the backseat, using,string,wood and tools?

Peter Cavellini.

24 December 2012

What's wrong with it? Just looks like a bit of Christmas fun to me.

24 December 2012

This video put a smile on my face. Just what I need for Christmas Smile

25 December 2012

For me, as a near fifty year reader, ( and purchaser ! ) it's a bit low life and yobish for what was once the premier British motoring magazine. The sort of stuff I'd prefer was left to Top Gear and their readership.

Happy Christmas !

507

30 December 2012

Drifting is utter nonsense for the kinetically ignorant.

7 January 2013

I have always loved Jags and it must be my favorite car. I have to send this link to website design columbia sc because I know they will get a kick out of this video.

5 February 2013

The Jaguar XK has GT refinement, sports car sharpness and great looks. Smile It's roomy in the front and the engines sound fabulous. Smile

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