Jordan Grand Prix has announced a deal with Toyota for a supply of engines to contest the 2005 Formula One World Championship. Jordan had a contract with Ford to be supplied with Cosworth engines in 2005, but when the American automaker decided to pull out of Formula One and sell Jaguar Racing and Cosworth, it left team principle Eddie Jordan unhappy (he was given 10 minutes notice before the official announcment was made) and scrambling for a supply of engines for the 2005 championship. This announcement , along with the news that Red Bull purchased Jaguar Racing, leaves only Minardi in limbo over the 2005 season.
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