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Taggarts Jaguar Joins Cycling Fans at Revolution Series Finale

Taggarts Jaguar displaying the new XF Sportbrake, mid arena of Glasgow’s Velodrome, in association with TV’s Revolution Series Elite Championship.


Taggarts Jaguar will be joining Scottish cycling fans at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow on Saturday 2nd February for the Revolution Series Elite Championship.
Over 3,500 enthusiasts will be watching several teams battle for the Championship title in a dramatic evening if racing. The event coincides with the Velo-Jaguar event, which sees British Cycling Champion, Callum Skinner, talk about his career at the Taggarts Jaguar showrooms in Glasgow and Motherwell on February 2nd and 3rd.

As part of its sponsorship of the Revolution Series, Taggarts Jaguar will be displaying the new Jaguar XF Sportbrake both outside and inside the stadium. The Sportbrake played a crucial part in Team SKY’s success at the 2012 Tour de France, providing support to the competitors and acting as a hub from which race operations were directed.

As the competition enters its fourth and final round, the Rapha Condor JLT team hold first position, with Rudy Project RT just 25 points behind in second place.

FACE Partnership MD James Pope commented, “It’s looking set to be an exciting finale to the Elite Championship and the rider transfers at the start of 2013 has created an interesting twist in the competition.”

Callum Skinner will be riding as part of a Scottish All-Star team along with Craig MacLean and John Paul in a head-to-head against a Rest of the World All-Star team.

Tickets for the Revolution Series Elite Championship have now sold out, but highlights will be broadcast on ITV4 on Thursday 7th February at 8pm.


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