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The E-type Club Website
Among the website's many areas, the aspect of which we are most proud is the wealth of information available for our Club members. As a member, you can log into our Members' Area using a password provided by the Club. Once inside, you can view technical articles and videos as well as being able to read magazine back issues. You can also access the fantastic Representatives' News and Events section and get to know your local Area Representative.
Sept 4 - 10 Yorkshire Dales Tour
Sept 15 - 21 Angoulême Circuit des Remparts
Oct 4 - 8 Oct New Forest 'defeating the virus blues' Tour
We are continually expanding the calendar but would welcome your suggestions as to what sort of events you would like us to organise. Please contact the Club office and let us have your ideas.
Ultimate Italian Job Tour
Focus on the Representatives
Get to know your Area Representative. If you are a member, take the time to visit the Members' Area and have a look at the Representatives' News & Events page. Here you can find your local Representative, and to see if there are currently any Representative-organised events coming up in your area, simply click on their name.
The Self Preservation Society - 50 Years of The Italian Job by Matthew Field
This year marks the 50th anniversary of
the British cult classic movie The Italian
Job. Loaded with sixties swagger, and
famed for its endlessly quotable
dialogue and one of the most impressive
car chases in movie history, The
Italian Job is the ultimate celebration of ‘cool Britannia’.
Based on more than 50 in-depth interviews with the cast and crew, and lavishly illustrated with hundreds of never-before-seen photographs and production documents, this new book takes a fascinating, behind-the-scenes look at how the film made its way to our screens.
£45 plus p&p
Jaguar Lightweight E-type - the autobiography of 49 FXN, by Philip Porter & James Page
This book tells the story of the 1963 Lightweight Jaguar E-type that was famously given an aerodynamic makeover by Dr Samir Klat of Imperial College, London, for the 1964 season. Driven by Peter Lumsden and Peter Sargent, the sleek car proved its high-speed potential by running third in the GT class at Le Mans that year until forced to retire soon after nightfall, but three months later it achieved a prestigious result – best-placed E-type and fifth in the GT class – at the Tourist Trophy at Goodwood. Known by its registration number, 49 FXN, this celebrated Lightweight E-type has remained active for most of its life, and the exploits of a succession of notable owners form a fascinating aspect of the book.
£60 plus p&p
Jaguar Lightweight E-type - the autobiography of 4 WPD, by Philip Porter
This 'Great Cars' book outlines in exhaustive detail the history of the most important competition Jaguar E-type. Run by John Coombs with factory support and driven by some of the best racing drivers of the day, this car took part in the E-type’s first motor race and later became the prototype all-aluminium Lightweight E-type.
The car’s post-Coombs racing life is also fully covered, embracing up-and-coming Brian Redman’s exploits with it in 1965 and its modern-day successes at the Goodwood Revival, where it has twice won the TT Celebration race and has been raced by numerous fine drivers, including Dario Franchitti and Emanuele Pirro.
£60 plus p&p
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