An Error 522 means that the request was able to connect to your web server, but that the request didn't finish. I first met Terry back in 2010 at Lydden Hill. So we pop the question - are we going to learn to drift? and island fans will enjoy a double dose of thrills, as he will be partnered by the UK’s Number 1 stunt bike rider and European Champion, Lee Bowers. Stunt driving, rather than being about risk-taking, is obviously all about control. The second attempt is more successful, running a good 30 metres before we steer out and back down on to four wheels with a jolt. The F-Pace’s feat, around a 62-feet tall loop, smashed the existing world record for the stunt. It seems unnatural to be heading at speed towards a parking space, but again, dropping the clutch and yanking that hydraulic handbrake, sees us sliding into the box. "You can do it with a normal handbrake," John tells us, "but once you've done it a couple of times the cable will stretch, so we've fitted hydraulics instead." John agrees, declaring Pocket-lint the winner in this fiercely fought parking competition. Lisa Mallett, Marketing Director, Jaguar Land Rover South Africa and sub-Sahara Africa said: “Jaguar Land Rover has a great relationship with Terry, and his incredible talent has helped show off the capabilities of our cars. Multiple world-record holder Terry Grant was the man tasked with carrying out the world’s widest loop in a car. The other vehicle of choice is the BMW M3 E36. The BWM M3 is the car of choice for Terry and John's opening thrill ride. With the help of a special ramp, Terry will balance his car on two wheels as he drives up the 1.9km Simola Hill – a stunt never before attempted at the event. A slight nudge of the cone in front would have been the end of our no claims bonus in the real world, but we'll never struggle to park again. Best Xbox One deals for Amazon Prime Day 2020: Games, accessories and more. Completing the CAPTCHA proves you are a human and gives you temporary access to the web property. In 2017, he introduced the world to Jaguar’s second SUV, the E-PACE, by setting a Guinness World Record for the furthest barrel roll in a production car (https://youtu.be/ENgmwiq-9B8). Sir Chris Hoy has come out of retirement and returned to two wheels – albeit in the driver’s seat of a modified Nissan Juke. At King of the Hill on Saturday and Sunday (5-6 May 2018), he will be participating in a Jaguar F-PACE S – as well as a world-record holding F-PACE. And lo and behold, once you follow those precise instructions, the car performs for you. We spoke for about 30 seconds and I knew instantly that this was a human I needed more of in my life. Additional troubleshooting information here. "It's amazing what you can do with 300 horsepower and a limited slip differential," John grins, as he explains with some precision how to pull off the perfect doughnut. Such is the life of a stunt car in training. Stunt driver Terry Grant piloted an F-Pace on just two wheels up the Goodwood hill while stunt rider Lee Bowers climbed out of the vehicle and balanced on the edge of it to salute the crowd. We slowly head towards the ramp, John calmly telling us that the car will try and steer away. The 2018 Jaguar Simola Hillclimb kicks off with Classic Car Friday, on 4 May 2018. All rights Reserved. © Rallystar | Leon Botha 2007 to 2016 and beyond. It seems like a wise move, given that these cars are sliding around the tarmac all day. I’m really looking forward to joining the action in May, and helping to write a new chapter of the PACE story.”. Terry is no stranger to Jaguar’s PACE family. 46 records in 48 cities for Terry Grant in Texas. It doesn't sound healthy, but John reassures us that it's just the bent exhaust vibrating against the chassis. It's joint-first admittedly, but we'll still lap up the glory. He forms part of Jaguar’s race driver lineup for the 2018 instalment of this award-winning event. We can’t wait for him to wow the crowds at this year’s Jaguar Simola Hillclimb, which will celebrate the PACE family of SUVs.”. It's the stuff of greatness, the real deal. The Nissan Leaf was driven at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in 2012 by stunt driver Terry Grant and broke the then reverse-driving speed record. England and Wales company registration number 5237480. Multiple world record-holder Terry Grant will join Jaguar at the 2018 Jaguar Simola Hillclimb. He has also set records for the highest number of donuts in 100 seconds (39), highest number of consecutive donuts (161), changing a wheel on a spinning car, and completing the narrowest J-turn on record. Legendary British stunt driver Terry Grant will return to Bushy Park Barbados, where he achieved his 20th Guinness World Record last December, for the Valvoline Glassesco John 'Tiny' Harrison Memorial Race Meet on March 28/29 . With the help of a special ramp, Terry will balance his car on two wheels as he drives up the 1.9km Simola Hill – a stunt never before attempted at the event. The initial connection between CloudFlare's network and the origin web server timed out. When racing up the Simola Hill Road in a 280kW, supercharged Jaguar F-PACE S, Terry plans to keep all four wheels firmly on the ground as he tries to set the best time possible. With that, Terry launches this miserable old Japanese car through the aging caravan, hits a ramp and rolls on to the roof, sliding to a halt trailing caravan parts and broken glass. The average Terry Grant is around 60 years of age with around 52% falling in to the age group of 41-60. We were there with a team from Namco, celebrating today's launch of Ridge Racer Unbounded, in line to learn some of the tricks we take from granted in video games. The precision with which they can drive is astonishing, as is the frequency with which they need to change the tyres - hence the mis-matched wheels.