The return of the Jaguar Breakfast Club

The return of the Jaguar Breakfast Club

An incredible 350 owners braved the inclement weather to take part in the first Jaguar Breakfast Club of the year on Saturday, 22 May, held outside the British Motor Museum, Gaydon.

A celebration of two of Jaguar’s important engines were celebrating their 50th and 25th anniversaries respectively, and the 175 V12 and V8-engined models, which were the highlight of the event. Ranging from a Daimler Double-Six coupe to an XFR-S Sportbrake, it was an impressive display of models through the ages. “What dedicated Jaguar enthusiasts you all are,” said organiser Peter Simpson later on social media, “and I applaud you all for joining us today. The meet was an inspiration.” The club traditionally meets at the museum on the first Saturday of the month and, following an event on 5 June, the next is planned for 3 July 2021. For further details, visit

An XJ-S convertible and Daimler Double-Six coupe

The XKR Silverstone that appeared in our March 2016 issue

An early and late example of the X150 generation of XK

This XFR-S Sportbrake was featured in our

March 2020 issue

The XJR-S (left) appeared in our December 2018 issue

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