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Steven McGaughey
Steven McGaughey • 3 years ago

1957 Jaguar XKSS In 1956, Jaguar suspended its factory racing efforts. Although the company had spent the better part of the last decade winning races with cars like the XK-120, C-Type and D-Type, it decided to cease official sanctioned competition following a tragic accident at the 1955 24 Hours of Le Mans. The brand's 250-horsepower, 150-mph D-Type, its most successful product to date, was left out in the cold, with no factory support.