This 2002 Jordan has been simplified so it can be used without a pit crew and now it’s for sale



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A Formula One car from the turn of the century is set to go under the hammer – and it could be bought for as little as £150,000.

The 2002 Jordan Honda EJ12 will be sold by classic car auction house, The Market, at the end of the month.

Its original 3.0-litre V10 engine has been hauled out and replaced with a motor from a Formula 3000. Why? So it will start at the push of a button and the new buyer can take it to trackday events without the need for a supporting crew of mechanics in tow.



a close up of a toy motorcycle: The F1 car anyone can use: This heavily-modified Jordan Formula One machine has a simpler engine and gearbox setup so a user can take it to a trackday and drive it without the need for a supporting pit crew


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The F1 car anyone can use: This heavily-modified Jordan Formula One machine has a simpler engine and gearbox setup so a user can take it to a trackday and drive it without the need for a supporting

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