After setting the Guinness World Record for the world's biggest loop-the-loop stunt, Jaguar F-Pace thrilled people at the Goodwood Festival Of Speed held at the UK.
At the event, legendary stunt driver Terry Grant and stunt and freestyle motorcycle rider Lee Bowers drove the Jaguar F-Pace on two wheels up the famous Goodwood hill climb.
The thrilling act was when Lee Bowers climbed out of the F-Pace from the passenger side of the car and stand on the side of the Jaguar. Even more thrilling was when Bowers stood upside down while the Jaguar F-Pace was driving on two wheels.
Terry Grant, the legendary stunt driver, said: "When Jaguar gave me the opportunity to reunite with the F-PACE used to break the world's largest loop record, I couldn't say no. It's light, stiff aluminium body and precise controls make it the perfect wheelie vehicle, and it was great to have Lee Bowers along for company - even if he did climb out halfway through our run!"
Much before the act at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, both Grant and Bowers had to practise the act with all safety in place at the Santa Pod Raceway in Northamptonshire. Jaguar Land Rover said that the practice was just days before the live event which was over the weekend.
The act comes after the recent record for the biggest loop-the-loop stunt by F-Pace showing off its capabilities last year. In this feat, Grant drove the F-Pace through a 360-degree loop. The loop was specially built to hit the record and register both the F-Pace and Grant a name at the Guinness Book of Records.