Jordan opens its factory doors to fan club This Saturday Jordan fans will be treated to an exclusive insight into the running of the team as 1000 Club Jordan members have been invited to visit Jordan Grand Prix's Silverstone...
Jordan opens its factory doors to fan club
This Saturday Jordan fans will be treated to an exclusive insight into the running of the team as 1000 Club Jordan members have been invited to visit Jordan Grand Prix's Silverstone headquarters.
Staff have prepared displays inside the workshop to explain the roles of the various departments of Jordan, so fans will be able to gain a deeper understanding of what goes on back at the team's headquarters. A main marquee on the front lawn of Jordan's grounds will feature presentations about the team from senior managers and there will be special 'live telephone links' with Eddie Jordan and drivers Takuma Sato in Japan and Giancarlo Fisichella in Monaco.
All 12 Jordan F1 cars from 1991-2002 will be on display at the factory and guests will also have the opportunity to view inside the team's motorhome, which houses Eddie's office and is used for hosting VIP guests in the paddock of every European race on the F1 calendar.
Reception will be open to visitors so they can see the team's trophies and the original Jordan Ford 191. For those who want to have a piece of the action, giant scalextric and hi-tech F1 simulators will be set up on site so fans can get the closest thing to driving an F1 car and a brand new 'pit stop' car will allow people to try their hand at wheel changes.
Fans will also be able to buy discounted DHL Jordan Honda merchandise, memorabilia and items such as VIP Paddock Club guest packs remaining from the season and Sutton Motorsport Images, Jordan Grand Prix's official photographers, will have a photographic studio offering prints and the opportunity for guests to have their photographs taken with this year's EJ12.