Jordan cut Silverstone test short due to bad weather

FEBRUARY 8, 2001

Jordan cut Silverstone test short due to bad weather

JORDAN cut their private testing session at Silverstone short after cold and dismal weather conditions hindered their work.

Test driver Ricardo Zonta completed 15 laps at the Northamptonshire circuit in the morning as the Jordan team focused on oil system developments and practiced pit-stops with the new regulation re-fuelling rigs.

The team, who were on their own at the track, did not get the new EJ11 car back out on track in the afternoon due to the weather and will not return to testing until February 12 at the Valencia circuit in Spain.

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