The Seattle Jaguar Club welcomes enthusiasts of new and old Jaguar cars. Jaguar ownership is not necessary, just a passion for these beautiful cars. Our events appeal to a range of fans and include activities like Jags and coffee, drives, shows, and technical sessions.
With the fast approaching world of autonomy, the drivers are the restorers.
Sometimes you just want to get out and drive your Jaguar. In the Pacific Northwest we have plenty of scenic routes along forests, hills, lakes, rivers and picturesque scenery. You'll join 10-20 other Jaguar drivers along a 2-3 hour driving tour. Some drives end with lunch. Some drives include other interesting things, like a tour of our Capitol, an education about raptors or visiting a Garden.
Technical sessions provide you with the ability to connect with other owners and restorers. Topics range from repairing brakes to convertible tops. Sometimes it is a tour of a repair shop or a tour of a car collection, public or private. Or visiting any one of the vendors that supply parts for Jaguars.
An annual Concours d'Elegance provides you a way to see great Jaguar vehicles and meet other members of the club. Here you can chat with owners and others who appreciate these classic and new Jaguar vehicles. We also engage in mutual interest and assistance among owners and exchange information concerning Jaguar automobiles.
Slalom is a timed competition where drivers navigate one at a time through a defined course in their own Jaguar. It is a form of motorsports that emphasizes safe competition and active participation. As an entry-level motorsport it provides a stepping stone for new Jaguar drivers looking to learn critical and sharp driving skills.
Slalom places demands on car handling and driver skill, rather than engine power and outright speed.