OCTOBER 20, 2000
Jordan announce new three-year deal with Hewlett-Packard
JORDAN announced on Friday at the Sepang circuit that they have signed a three-year extension to its sponsorship deal with leading computer company Hewlett-Packard.
Hewlett-Packard is Jordan's longest-standing partner, having been associated with the team since they made their Formula One debut a decade ago.
The computer company have already played a major role for the team and have been responsible for designing and developing the IT infrastructure at Jordan's headquarters in Silverstone, as well as the wind tunnel in Brackley.
Mark Gallagher, Head of Marketing for Jordan Grand Prix said: "It is very rewarding for us to be able to announce that our main partnership with Hewlett-Packard is set to continue until the end of 2003.
"This means our association will have lasted 14 years, the last being with Hewlett-Packard as an official partner, making it one of the most enduring relationship in Formula One."
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