Ultimately Jaguar are saving the day by providing several engines to be used as pumps and providing support vehicles. I say good on them. Its going to cost them a fair bit so they get publicity in return. That article would be all fair a above board if it wasn't for the fact it's on the BBC who aren't meant to advertise. Hmm.
Its a bit of a shame to loose the F1 Cosworth engine but its reliability was something I was sceptical of from the start.
I want to know what they have pissed away all the money on. I'm now getting rather suspicious there is money laundering going on. They had the car more or less finished 4 years ago. All they have done since is one 200mph run. Something fishy is going on.
I agree Greenlantern101. The project seems to have been an on going shambles for a good few years now.
When I first started working on the JLR apprentice programme back in 2015, Richard Noble was one of the guest speakers at the Apprentice induction, he said then that the track in South Africa had been cleared and was ready to go.
They've gone through several sponsors, companies have come and gone and not much else has happened.