We're delighted to have received the finished copy of Nick Hull's book, Jaguar Design - A story of style in the post today. We had the pleasure of meeting Nick last year to talk about his project and help with his research into Malcolm. The [...]
Kate, daughter of Malcolm, had the honour of laying some of the foundations for a new development site in Leamington Spa, which is to be named Sayer Court in tribute to Malcolm. The Warwick District Council housing scheme replaces a run down pub and some old flats, with a [...]
The Sayer family were delighted to have been invited to see the first car, 'Car Zero' being built last year before the news went public. Fantastic to see such a faithful build and such a genuine, dedicated team making the final 6. We look forward [...]
...or at least the National Lottery think so! A lovely Series 2 E-type is featured on their homepage, denoting the success of its owner. It's nice to think it's considered a dream car! Take a look here.
A great article from Hemming's archive about Malcolm. Put succinctly, Malcolm Sayer is one of the most pivotal figures in the technological development of Jaguar, and therefore in the marque's entire character, its very being. That's what you need to know in a single sentence. Even [...]
A colleague of mine sent me this wonderful post on one of the most overlooked of Malcolm's creations - the Le Mans winning C-type. Nigel Harniman is an award-winning photographer, specialising in Automotive photography and image production utilising CGI techniques, along with his Company Air CGI. [...]
A great tribute article in reaction to the unveiling of Jaguar's new F-type in Paris. Taken from Netcars.com "Jaguar is about to enter dangerous territory. A few days ago, at the Paris Motor Show, the F-Type was premiered. It is the closest Jaguar has come [...]
Great to see the C, D and E-types here, with Philip Porter's 9600HP on display inside the V&A. Taken from Classic and Sports Car "The British Design Exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum highlights examples of great UK design from 1948 to the present, [...]
Nice article from Jaguar Lovers' Blogspot: "...most of us know that Malcolm Sayer was the man who designed XK120C or C-Type Jaguar but I’m willing to write something more about his amazingly talented personality." Thanks to Harry for the link. Read the full article here.
Great coverage of last year's Silverstone Classic from the Telegraph: "When, in the late Fifties, Malcolm Sayer put down his pen and slide rule, he’d scarcely have guessed his E-type sports car would be such a sensation. That it would sell an unprecedented 70,000 units [...]