Jordan 199


Jordan 199

Racing car
Car_name = Jordan 199


Category = Formula One
Constructor = Jordan Grand Prix
Designer = Mike Gascoyne smaller|(Technical Director)
Team = Benson & Hedges Jordan
Drivers = flagicon|UK Damon Hill
flagicon|DEU Heinz-Harald Frentzen
Technical ref =
Chassis = Moulded carbon fibre composite structure.
Front suspension = Double wishbones, pushrod-operated rockers.
Rear suspension = Double wishbones, pushrod-operated rockers.
Wheelbase = Auto mm|3050|1
Track =
Engine name = Mugen-Honda "MF-301HD"
Capacity = Auto L|3.0|0
Configuration = 72° V10,
Turbo/NA = naturally aspirated,
Engine position = mid-mounted.
Gearbox name = Jordan
Gears = six-speed,
Type = sequential, semi-automatic.
Differential =
Weight = Auto kg|600|0 smaller|(inc. driver.)
Fuel = Elf
Tyres = Bridgestone
Debut = 1999 Australian Grand Prix
Races = 16
Wins = 2
Cons_champ =
Drivers_champ =
Poles = 1
Fastest_laps = 0

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 199 proved to be Jordan's most successful car in its fifteen-year history, scoring two wins, a pole position and third place in the Constructors' Championship. Frentzen also had a realistic shot of winning the Drivers' Championship, in what would prove to be his most successful season as well.

For Hill the year was not so good. Comprehensively out-performed throughout the season by Frentzen, he decided to retire during the course of the year and could only score seven points towards the team's eventual tally of 61.

Complete Formula One results

() (results in bold indicate pole position)

References

*"AUTOCOURSE 1999-2000", Henry, Alan (ed.), Hazleton Publishing Ltd. (1999) ISBN 1-874557-34-9

External links


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