Team: Jordan Grand Prix Ltd
Fisichella got a new teammate, Ralph Firman, who was mainly attracted because of sponsor money. Jordan has been in financial malaise for a year now, but it seems like the car is somehow better this year, especially in the hands of Fisico. Gary Anderson did what he could, but at the end, the Ford engine is not what it takes to be on top.
Chassis: Full Carbon fibre composite monocoque.
Front Suspension: Composite pushrods activating chassis mounted Penske dampers and torsion bars, unequal length aerodynamic wishbones, composite top and bottom wishbones, titanium fabricated uprights and front anti-roll bar.
Rear Suspension: Composite pushrods activating gearbox mounted Penske dampers, unequal length aerodynamic wishbones, composite wishbones, titanium fabricated uprights and rear anti-roll bar.
Transmission: In-house Jordan Grand Prix design. 7 speed + reverse longitudinal gearbox with electrohydraulic sequential gear change.
Wheel Base: Over 3000mm
Front Track: 1500mm
Rear Track: 1418mm
Overall Height: 950mm
Overall Length: 4650mm
Overall Weight: 600kg with driver
Clutch: Triple plate Jordan/Sachs racing clutch
Wheels: Forged OZ racing to Jordan GP specification
Tyres: Bridgestone Potenza
Fuel Tank Capacity: Over 100kg
Engine name: Ford Cosworth RS
Displacement: 2998 cc
Configuration: 72-degree V10, naturally aspirated
Cooling system: Air / Oil – Air / Water radiators
Construction: Aluminium block and heads cast in Cosworth Racing's own foundry. Aluminium alloy pistons. Steel crankshaft.