2001 Jordan EJ 11
The 2001 Jordan EJ11 made its debut at the 2001 Australian Grand Prix where it was potentially the fourth fastest car of the season.
The EJ11 boasted a few updates to its predecessor the EJ10. It featured seven gears. It also had a much higher nose than the previous car, which resulted in a shark-based livery.
Driven by German racing driver Heinz-Harald Frentzen and Italian racing driver, Jarno Trulli, the EJ11 constantly churned out strong qualifying performances that proved that the racecar could hold its own despite poor weather.
Notable entrants: B&H Jordan Honda
- Brakes carbon fibre disc brakes
- Chassis Carbon-fibre Monocoque
- Constructor Jordan Grand Prix
- Debut 2001 Australian Grand Prix
- Displacement 3000 cc | 183 cu in. | 3 L
- Engine Configuration Honda RAE001E 82° V10
- Engine Location Mid, longitudinally mounted
- Front Suspension Double wishbones, pushrod
- Power 800 Hp, min-1
- Production 2001 only
- Rear Suspension Double wishbones, pushrod
- Transmission Lubrax 7-speed semi automatic
- Weight 600 kg
- Wheel Base 1500 mm