Spain Preview Quotes: Jordan

Giancarlo Fisichella: "We know the Circuit de Catalunya very well as we run there for winter testing. It's not really my favourite circuit as it's difficult to get the balance right, but we'll have some new things for the car so I'm looking forward to it and hope to score points."

Spain Preview Quotes: Jordan

Giancarlo Fisichella: "We know the Circuit de Catalunya very well as we run there for winter testing. It's not really my favourite circuit as it's difficult to get the balance right, but we'll have some new things for the car so I'm looking forward to it and hope to score points."

Ralph Firman: "I have done a few test days in Barcelona, which should help me. I will be able to get working on the set-up a bit more quickly because I know the circuit and so I won't be using up any laps on Friday morning to learn the circuit."

Gary Anderson, Director of Race and Test Engineering: "Barcelona can be anything from great to terrible. There are a lot of long corners and if the balance isn't good, the cars suffer tyre graining which is difficult. It's probably the hardest circuit to predict how we will do. Our objective is to qualify comfortably in the top ten and get some points."

Martin Leach, President & COO, Ford: "There are plenty of good reasons to look forward to this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix, after an encouraging start to our relationship with Jordan. Looking back at the first four races of 2003, the highlight was obviously victory in the Brazilian Grand Prix but we are particularly pleased with the strong relationship that is being built between Ford and Jordan. This provides a good base for further integration in the future and will allow us to continue the hard work we have begun. Everyone knows that in Formula One there is absolutely no time to rest. Spain is a key market for Ford of Europe so a good result there would be especially welcome."

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