Most petrolheads know the name Terry Grant. Renowned for his precision driving abilities, he has wowed crowds the world over by driving vehicles on two wheels, climbing out of spinning vehicles and doing all manner of crazy things with vehicles. He has set 25 world records. This includes driving a Range Rover Sport SVR on two wheels, with 16 passengers on board. He has set records for the highest number of donuts in 100 seconds (39), highest number of consecutive donuts (161), changing a wheel on a spinning car, and completing the narrowest J-turn. on record. Now Grant will join Jaguar at the 2018 Jaguar Simola Hillclimb as part of the brand’s race driver line-up. At Classic Car Friday on May 4 Grant will drive a Jaguar XJ-S. At King of the Hill on Saturday and Sunday May 5 and 6, he will participate in a Jaguar F-Pace S and a world-record holding F-Pace. "Terry’s incredible talent has helped show off the capabilities of our cars. We can’t wait for him to wow the crowds at the Jagua...

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