2016 Virginia Jaguar Club Concours
"The British are returning to Richmond..."
This year’s VJC Concours returns to the Wyndham Virgina Crossings Resort and is featured as one of the pre-show features of Classics on the Green car show and wine festival. The resort is a fantastic location, that hosted our succesful AGM and Challange Champlionships. For those unfamilari with Virginia Corssings, it serves as a great venue featuring a colonial theme and several dining options.
The Concours itself will be on the Madison Lawn overlooking the pool Saturday morning. We moved the schedule up an hour so that the formal judging will be over in time for the participants to enjoy the planned scenic drive (another COTG ore-show activity) or simply enjoy viewing the display of Nash Automobiles from the 20th century as the Grand NASHional car show is also taking place at the resort.
Please join us for a poolside reception and awards ceremony in the afternoon. One of the memorable features of the 2014 Concours was the Classics on the Green Banquet Saturday evening. This year, the Kings of Swing Band returns to really make for a fun night once again for those attending with those attending COTG, the Jaguar Concours, and the Grand NASHional all celebrating together.
Special Thanks to our Official Show Sponsors!
Welsh Jaguar Parts, Griots Garage, Hagerty Classic Car insurance, XKs, SNG Barratt, Jaguar Clubb of North America.
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Virgina Jaguar Club
The Virginia Jaguar Club (VJC) is the central Vrginia based affiliate of the Jaguar Club of North America (JCNA), but has members in all parts of the state. The VJC served as the host for JCNA Annual General Meeting (AGM) in 2011, combined with the XKExperience to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the E-type. We were honored with Norman Dewis as guest VIP for this event. If that were not enough, in 2013 the VJC successfully hosted the JCNA Challenge Championship just north of Richmond, where Jaguar promoted the recent introduction of the F-Type roadster. Ian Callum, world renowned Chief of Design for Jaguar Land Rover, and Andy Goss, Group Sales Operations Director Jaguar Land Rover, were the guests of honor.
It all comes down to enjoying not only Jaguar cars but also the camaraderie of its' members. For as much as there is a fond admiration of Jagaurs, it is the members that define the club.
Have you driven a Jaguar lately? ...."It's good to be bad!"