Jay Leno is a very lucky guy. Not only does he have one of the best car collections on the planet, it seems like every day someone is taking a rare machine to his famous garage for a personal inspection. The latest someone is a man by the name of Jasbir Dhillon, who recently visited with an uber-rare Jaguar XJR-15. The XJR-15 isn't as widely known as its more famous successor, the XJ220. That's probably because the XJR-15 was a joint effort between Jaguar and Tom Walkinshaw Racing to use the 1988 24 Hours of Le Mans-winning Jaguar XJR-9 race car's underpinnings in something resembling a road...
Now's your chance to buy one of 53 road-legal Jaguar race cars
The year is 1990. You're a higher up at Jaguar and you want to get folks to start talking about your road cars more often. One obvious way to achieve this is by making a splash in the world of motorsports. Another is to take what you've learned in that space and apply it to a special road-going...Jeff Glucker