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Carmen Jorda

1988-05-28 (age 34)

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Wolff should get out of Mercedes while at the top of F1, says Jordan

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff should 'get out' of his role at Mercedes right now while the German car manufacturer is at the top, reckons former team chief Eddie Jordan

Racing Point F1 team hires ex-Michael Jordan marketing chief

Racing Point has appointed Jefferson Slack, the former marketing chief for basketball star Michael Jordan and CEO of Inter Milan, as its new commercial managing director

Jordan: Hamilton should join Red Bull in F1

Lewis Hamilton should join Red Bull and help form a super team alongside Max Verstappen, reckons former Formula 1 team boss Eddie Jordan

The true story of how Schumacher escaped Jordan Plus

The true story of how Schumacher escaped Jordan

Michael Schumacher famously quit the Jordan team for Benetton immediately after his startling Formula 1 debut at the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix, despite potentially having committed himself for two years. This is how he did it, and why Eddie Jordan believes his team could've had Benetton's title success had one word on a contract been different

Michael Schumacher’s F1 cars ranked: Ferrari, Benetton, Jordan & more

As part of Autosport's celebration of Michael Schumacher's career on his 50th birthday, we attempted to rank all 20 of his Formula 1 cars

How Jordan conquered F1's craziest Belgian GP Plus

How Jordan conquered F1's craziest Belgian GP

One of the biggest first-lap pile-ups ever; Schumacher crashing into Coulthard and losing it in the pits; torrential rain and the safety car - the 1998 Belgian GP had it all. But it is most remembered for Damon Hill leading Jordan team-mate Ralf Schumacher to the team's first win. The drivers and Jordan's team members at the time recall the amazing story behind their unexpected 1-2 finish on that day

The car that kickstarted Jordan's giantkilling Plus

The car that kickstarted Jordan's giantkilling

Later this year will be the 20th anniversary of Jordan's first win in Formula 1. It really should have celebrated that milestone already - though the 197 never won a grand prix, it laid the foundations for the success that followed

Female racers 'disheartened' by Jorda FIA Commission appointment

Leading female racing drivers have called the appointment of former Lotus Formula 1 development driver Carmen Jorda to the FIA's Women in Motorsport Commission "incredibly disheartening" and "a backwards step"

Toto Wolff hits out at Eddie Jordan over 'fake news' about Mercedes

Toto Wolff wants Channel 4 Formula 1 pundit Eddie Jordan to stop repeating what he calls "fake news" about the future of Mercedes in grand prix racing

Lewis Hamilton could annihilate F1 rivals in 2017 - Eddie Jordan

A "wounded" Lewis Hamilton could "annihilate" his Formula 1 rivals this year in response to his 2016 defeat to Nico Rosberg, believes team boss turned pundit Eddie Jordan

Jordan King to make F1 grand prix practice debut with Manor in US

Jordan King is to make his Formula 1 free practice debut with Manor at this weekend's United States Grand Prix

Manor F1 team keeps GP2 racer Jordan King in development role

GP2 racer Jordan King has been retained by Manor as a development driver for the 2016 Formula 1 season

How Jordan laid its foundations in 1990 Plus

How Jordan laid its foundations in 1990

This week's AUTOSPORT magazine will revisit 1990, a formative year for Jordan Grand Prix before its '91 F1 debut. GARY ANDERSON shares the inside story of an at-times challenging but ultimately rewarding 12 months

Lotus F1 team signs Carmen Jorda to development driver role

GP3 racer Carmen Jorda has secured a development driver role with the Lotus Formula 1 team and will test its 2015 car

In AUTOSPORT magazine this week: Jordan Grand Prix - 20 years on Plus

In AUTOSPORT magazine this week: Jordan Grand Prix - 20 years on

Jordan Grand Prix made its debut as a Formula 1 team 20 years ago this week in Phoenix. The magazine looks back on the team's maiden GP weekend, assesses how Pirelli might change racing in F1 this year and takes a look at exhaust-blown diffusers

Jordan says medal system is 'nonsense'

Former team boss Eddie Jordan believes Bernie Ecclestone's plan to replace the Formula One points system with medals for the top three finishers is misguided - and a distraction from the bigger issues facing the sport

Jordan: Hamilton must be ruthless

Former team boss Eddie Jordan says Lewis Hamilton must be prepared to ruthlessly retaliate in the event of a repeat of his Fuji collision with Felipe Massa

Mosley to attend Jordan WRC event

FIA president Max Mosley has accepted an invitation from Jordan to be a guest of honour during the country's inaugural World Rally Championship round on April 24-27

Jordan blocks Force India access road

Former Formula One team owner Eddie Jordan has had the main entry road to Force India's Silverstone factory blocked off in a dispute over access across land he owns

Mallya seeks return to Jordan glory days

Eddie Jordan had fun in Formula One and now Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya intends to bring back the good times after buying the team founded by the Irish entrepreneur

Jordan urges patience with Hamilton

Former team boss Eddie Jordan has warned to be patient with Lewis Hamilton despite the Briton's sensational start to his maiden Formula One season

Jordan: Dennis too protective of Hamilton

McLaren chief Ron Dennis should stop 'nannying' Lewis Hamilton so much in a bid to protect him from the media, claims former team boss Eddie Jordan

Grapevine: Jordan, Dernie help young F3 driver

Former team boss Eddie Jordan and veteran engineer Frank Dernie have made a surprise return to motor racing to help out a young British racer who has beaten cancer

Jordan: Schumacher legend will grow

Eddie Jordan believes that people will begin to respect Michael Schumacher more now that the German has retired from racing

Jordan praises Dennis on signing Hamilton

Former team boss Eddie Jordan is convinced that McLaren's Ron Dennis will have no regrets about signing rookie Lewis Hamilton for next year - even if there are some bad results along the way

Jordan: Schumacher not a cheat

Former team boss Eddie Jordan has defended Michael Schumacher over his controversial move in qualifying at the Monaco Grand Prix, by saying that it doesn't make him a cheat

Jordan welcomes end of Fisichella dispute

Former team boss Eddie Jordan has welcomed the private settlement of a dispute between himself and Giancarlo Fisichella over unpaid wages from 2003 - although regrets that the matter was ever brought into the public domain

Jordan questions FIA's teams selection

Former team boss Eddie Jordan has questioned the way in which the FIA selected teams for 2008, after his own application for a return to the sport was turned down

Eddie Jordan hits out at Michelin

Former team boss Eddie Jordan has attacked tyre supplier Michelin's approach to F1 - claiming the company has only ever been involved in the sport for its own benefits

Eddie Jordan among applicants for 2008

Eddie Jordan has submitted an entry to the 2008 Formula One World Championship, autosport.com can reveal

Grapevine: Jordan to take part in TV series

Former team boss Eddie Jordan will take part in a television series being currently recorded by a British network

Jordan: GPMA selfish and greedy

Former team owner Eddie Jordan has hit out at Formula One's manufacturers, branding them as greedy and selfish

Grapevine: Jordan: Schumacher considers team

Former team boss Eddie Jordan thinks Michael Schumacher and Ross Brawn may be nurturing the idea of setting up their own team - and they could even take over Renault together

Jordan trusts Super Aguri will be ready

Former team boss Eddie Jordan is optimistic that Super Aguri will make it onto the grid for the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix - even though the team have only just been given the green light by the FIA

Jordan: Schumacher to retire as champion

Former team boss Eddie Jordan believes Michael Schumacher is likely to retire as World Champion at the end of the 2006 season

Jordan to test Markus Winkelhock

World Series by Renault driver Markus Winkelhock will test for the Jordan team next month, the Midland Group announced today

Jordan to test Thomas Biagi

Former FIA GT world champion Thomas Biagi will be testing for the Jordan team at the Jerez circuit in December

Grapevine: Jordan gets McGinley tribute

Eddie Jordan may not have had much to celebrate since his Formula One team took their last win in 2003, but he is a happy man today after seeing close friend Paul McGinley capture a top golf tournament at the weekend

Interview: a Sad Day for Eddie Jordan

Eddie Jordan, the Irish entrepreneur who brought rock 'n' roll to Formula One, has not ruled out a comeback even as the team he founded prepares to leave the stage

Jordan Face Tough Tyre Choice

Narain Karthikeyan has admitted that Jordan face a difficult choice tonight in picking their tyre for the rest of the weekend after an inconclusive day's running on Friday

China Preview Quotes: Jordan

Narain Karthikeyan: "Once again this season, I will have to learn a new circuit as I have never driven in Shanghai but this will also be the case for my team mates. At least we will be on equal terms. In my opinion, the circuit seems quite modern and has different challenges to the other tracks we have been to this year particularly the last race at Suzuka. To drive a race in China will be a great experience and I am impatient to get there. Besides, with India being not too far, a lot of Indians fans are expected to come and support me. I will do my best to have a good result in the final Grand Prix of the season"

Jordan Happy with Double Finish

The Jordan team were pleased after both their drivers made it to the end of the Japanese Grand Prix, albeit outside of the points

Japan Preview Quotes: Jordan

Narain Karthikeyan: "Japan is one of the greatest circuits on the calendar and one of my favourites. It is a bit like Spa and drivers seem to like it a lot. I have raced at Suzuka driving in Formula Nippon in 2001 and I did quite well, so it should be ok. We will have to pay attention to the weather as it can be very changeable there; as for instance last year they had a typhoon. Also, the EJ15B has certainly closed the gap with the other teams so I am looking forward to Suzuka even more. As it is Bridgestone's home race, hopefully they will give us something special."

Shnaider: Jordan Team not for Sale

Midland boss Alex Shnaider has re-iterated that he does not want to sell the Jordan Formula One team after his difficult first season in the sport

Albers Happy to Beat Jordan

Dutchman Christijan Albers was pleased with his performance in the Brazilian Grand Prix after finishing ahead of the Jordans

Jordan Want Sato and Albers for 2006

Jordan team chief Colin Kolles revealed on Saturday that the team are interested in signing Takuma Sato for next season and are in advanced talks with Christijan Albers over a drive in 2006

Jordan Duo Optimistic of Improving

Jordan duo Narain Karthikeyan and Tiago Monteiro believe that they still have plenty of room for improvement after a fairly disappointing opening day for the Brazilian Grand Prix

Brazil Preview Quotes: Jordan

Narain Karthikeyan: "I like Brazil and particularly the circuit at Interlagos, even if it is bumpy and hot there. It is a very undulating circuit and, as it is anticlockwise, like Imola and Turkey, it consists of mainly left-hand corners, apart from one of the hairpins. I drove there in 2002 when I was racing in the Formula Nissan World Series. We did very well and I hold the fastest lap record for the Nissan cars."

Jordan: Willams' Cosworth Deal a Mistake

Former team boss Eddie Jordan has said he remains baffled by Williams' decision to switch to Cosworth engines next year in the wake of the collapse of their partnership with BMW

Small Davidson Pleased with Jordan Test

Anthony Davidson believes he acquitted himself in his test for Jordan at Silverstone today, despite being too small for the car

Jordan Won't Rush Driver Decision

Anthony Davidson has been told that he will have to wait for an answer from Jordan about whether they definitely want him next year - even if he impresses in a test for the team at Silverstone tomorrow

Jordan Drivers Frustrated by Weather

Narain Karthikeyan joined the rest of the drivers in voicing their frustration following a rain-hit practice for the Belgian Grand Prix

Belgium Preview Quotes: Jordan

Narain Karthikeyan: "I will be driving the new car in Spa so I am very excited about this prospect. I won at Spa in F3 and I enjoy the circuit a lot. Therefore, I am eagerly looking forward to having the opportunity to drive the EJ15B. There is more downforce in Spa than at Monza, so our car should be more competitive there and hopefully we will be able to close the gap with the teams in front."

Davidson's Jordan Test Confirmed

BAR have confirmed that they have released Anthony Davidson from his contractual commitments to the team so that he can test for Jordan at Silverstone next week

Herbert: Davidson can be Jordan's Leader

Briton Anthony Davidson could be the team leader that struggling Jordan need on the track, according to sporting director Johnny Herbert

Davidson to Test for Jordan

Anthony Davidson will test the Jordan EJ15B at Silverstone on the Tuesday after the Belgian Grand Prix

Yamamoto to Drive Third Jordan in Japan

Jordan have announced that Formula Nippon and Japanese GT driver Sakon Yamamoto will drive their third car on the Friday of the Japanese Grand Prix next month

Italy Preview Quotes: Jordan

Narain Karthikeyan: "The test with the EJ15B at Monza last week went reasonably well. I think we have closed the gap with the bigger teams and this is very encouraging. However, I cannot quantify it much more until we all sit together and discuss it. It is a pity I lost the toss and cannot drive the new car at Monza but I will try to do my best with what I have. I like Monza a lot and I hope to do well."

Grapevine: Jordan to Caddy McGinley

Eddie Jordan may have got used to being boss during his time in Formula One, but he will be taking orders from someone else this weekend when he performs golf caddy duties at the BMW International Open in Munich

Jordan Plan Monza Debut for Revised Car

Jordan plan to give their heavily-revised car its race debut at Monza next week after weeks of teething problems