Just four more days to go until #FrontiersDev! Our delegates are busy preparing and exploring our virtual platform in the lead up to the event. Here are some of our participants from South Africa, Nigeria, Nepal, Mexico, Jordan, Belgium and the UK catching up on a coffee break☕️
Jordan competed at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. Seven competitors, five men and two women, took part in nine events in five sports.
The Jordan 199 was the car with which the Jordan Formula One team used to compete in the 1999 Formula One season. It was driven by 1996 World Champion Damon Hill, who had won the team's first Grand Prix in Belgium the previous season, and Heinz-Harald Frentzen, who was swapped with Williams in favour of Ralf Schumacher.
The Jordan 197 was the Formula One car with which the Jordan team competed in the 1997 Formula One World Championship. The car was powered by the 3-litre Peugeot A14 V10 engine and ran on Goodyear tyres.
The Jordan 196 was the car with which the Jordan team competed in the 1996 Formula One season. It was driven by Rubens Barrichello, who was in his fourth and final season with the team, and Martin Brundle, who moved from Ligier for what was to be his last season in F1.
The Jordan 194 was a Formula One car for the 1994 season. The number 14 seat was taken by Rubens Barrichello and the number 15 seat was taken by Eddie Irvine.
The Jordan 195 was the Formula One car with which the Jordan team competed in the 1995 Formula One World Championship. The number 14 car was driven by Brazilian Rubens Barrichello and the number 15 car by Northern Irishman Eddie Irvine.
The Jordan 193 was a Formula One car, raced by the Jordan Grand Prix team in the 1993 Formula One season. After the team's disastrous 1992 season, in which they scored only a solitary point, and that in the final race, the team took the decision to replace the unreliable and underpowered Yamaha V12 engines.
The Jordan 192 was a Formula One car designed by Gary Anderson for the Jordan Grand Prix team for the 1992 Formula One season. The number 32 seat was taken by Stefano Modena and the number 33 seat was taken by Maurício Gugelmin, both new to the team.
The Jordan 191 was a Formula One car designed by Gary Anderson for use by Jordan Grand Prix in its debut season in 1991. Its best finish was in Canada and Mexico, where Andrea de Cesaris drove it to fourth place at both races.