Changes were afoot with the dawn of the Formula 1 season in 2004. Jaguar Racing were about to become Red Bull Racing, after they were bought out by Red Bull at the eleventh hour in November of that year. Before the merge though, came their last chassis to compete in an F1 season - the Formula 1 2004 R5.
And what a car to bow out with. This single seater, with its distinctive white, red and green racing livery, and carbon fibre monocoque, meant it was very lightweight, and it also came kitted out with Jaguar’s signature 7-speed longitudinal semi-automatic sequential transmission.
The power of this single seater comes from its Cosworth V10 engine, pumping out an awesome 600 bhp, which allows it to accelerate from 0 - 60 mph in an eye popping 3.5 seconds, scorching to maximum speeds of 200+ mph once out on the track.