Jaguar XJR-6
Race Car
Category Group C
Constructor Jaguar
Designer Tony Southgate
Predecessor Jaguar XJR-5
Successor Jaguar XJR-8
Chassis carbon composite panels
Suspension (front) carbon fibre and Kevlar monocoque with fully stressed engine
Suspension (rear) double wishbones, push-rod-activated coil springs over dampers
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Transmission March/TWR 5 speed Manual
Weight 900 kg (1,984 lb)
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Brakes AP Racing ventilated discs
Tyres Dunlop
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Notable drivers Gianfranco Brancatelli
Martin Brundle
Eddie Cheever
Hurley Haywood
Hans Heyer
Alan Jones
Jan Lammers
John Nielsen
Win Percy
Brian Redman
Jean Louis Schlesser
Mike Thackwell

Derek Warwick

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The Jaguar XJR-6 is a Group C[1] sports prototype race car, designed, developed and built by TWR, with the aim of competing, from 1985, in the World Sportscar Championship. A total of six Jaguar XJR-6s were built and they contested in the World Sportscar Championship until 1986, before Jaguar replaced them with the Jaguar XJR-8.[2][3][4][5][6]

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