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Equestrianism: Williams and Skip Two Ramiro win Land Rover Stakes

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Geoff Polites: Jaguar Land Rover chief executive

Two of the most esteemed names in British carmaking – Jaguar and Land Rover – are embarking on a drive into uncharted territory. After Ford agreed to sell the companies to the conglomerate Tata for $2.3bn, the venerable marques – the first Land Rover appeared in 1947, while Jaguar was founded (as SS Cars) in 1931 – will shortly become the first Western carmakers to enter Indian ownership. The man who steered them into this position will not, now, be accompanying them – as, in his position of chief executive, he had intended to.

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The Old Country, By Sam North

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