The XJ220 was Jaguar’s foray into proper supercar territory back in the early 90s. It was in every respect the perfect car which debuted in the right place at the wrong time.
And even though it failed to live up to its supercar expectations, the next decade would slowly cement its reputation as such a car as private collectors-turned-shops kept the XJ220 dream alive by making their own parts once Jaguar stopped.
What you see before you is the beautiful story of a forgotten British supercar, told by a collector and race team owner who refused to let the dream die.
This is the story of Don Law Racing and his humble little garage of forgotten Jaguar supercars which continue to live on.