Hungarian GP Jordan race notes

Heinz-Harald Frentzen: "This was the maximum we could achieve, so I'm pretty happy. It was one of the toughest races of the season and, given the problems we have with the tyres in such high temperatures, it was good to get a point at the end.

Heinz-Harald Frentzen:
"This was the maximum we could achieve, so I'm pretty happy. It was one of the toughest races of the season and, given the problems we have with the tyres in such high temperatures, it was good to get a point at the end. We were not able to go any faster, the grip level of the tyres coming and going. It would have been easier to run closer to the cars in front had we not experienced the same tyre difficulties we had in France. But this is a good result against strong opposition."

Jarno Trulli:
"Obviously, my tyres were wearing more than the opposition towards the end because they had fresher rubber. But I have to say that the car was pretty good, especially in the second half of the race when I was able to catch and pass Button's Williams. But, with qualifying being 50 per cent of the race here, I am pleased with the performance after starting from 12th on the grid."

Eddie Jordan: !"It was a very difficult race all round. But both cars finished and the guys did a fabulous job. Heinz did all he could and Jarno's strategy worked very well for him. A point is well worth having on a day like this."

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Series Formula 1
Drivers Jarno Trulli , Heinz-Harald Frentzen , Eddie Jordan
Teams Williams , Jordan