This weekend we are celebrating the Festival of Speed Goodwood. There are leaving to see some of the novelties of the brands, in addition to other different activities. This is the case of the Jaguar F-Pace, that not satisfied with making the climb to Goodwood in the traditional way and that is why it is proposed to do it on two wheels. Another maneuver spectacular after the looping in your presentation the last year.
The inventors of this complicated exercise have been the pilot Terry Grant, specialist that had already led to the F-Pace in his previous feat, and Lee Bowers, a pilot specialist bikes that are in charge of adding difficulty leaving through the window and doing some balance exercises on-the-fly. In this way, while one kept the vehicle about two of its wheels, the other waving to the fans or did the pine.
As you can see in the video, the maneuver is very striking visually and managed to walk to the public. The Jaguar F-Pace of the maneuver, did not have any kind of modification, simply is labeled ‘#FPACE’ in the ceiling and cover the bottom of the vehicle. Both pilots had the opportunity to train exercise days prior to the event at the circuit of Santa Pod Raceway, in Northamptonshire
The Jaguar F-Pace is the first SUV with sports aspirations of the brand. Recently, we showed as it had managed to increase considerably the sales in Jaguar. In the first ten months that he was at the sale amounted to nothing less than to 14,000 orders of the F-Pace. In addition to the launch edition ‘First Edition’, limited to 2,000 first sold out very quickly.
Source – Jaguar