What may very well be the last Jordan F1 car, the EJ15, broke cover today at Silverstone. Rookie Tiago Monteiro completed some installation laps in preparation for the car's first proper test later this week which will also involve Indian rookie Narain Karthikeyan. The look of the EJ15 is very similar to that of it predecessor, and still sports that instantly recognizable Jordan yellow. The only instantly notable differences on the EJ15 is the front wing height, and very sexy rear wing shape (which if it functions as well as it looks, the Jordan may get some much needed grip over the ill-handling EJ14). However, this is a rather bittersweet moment, knowing this will be the last hurrah for Jordan, before it becomes Midland F1 at the end of 2005. Maybe Jordan can pull out a few surprises now that it has strong financial backing.
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