Jordan Grand Prix made its debut in F1 in 1991, and was the team with which Michael Schumacher broke into the sport when he qualified seventh at the Belgian GP.
1992 Jordan 192
Jordan switched from Ford to Yamaha power for 1992. The team endured a rough season, with Stefano Mondena (pictured) scoring a lone point for the team in the season finale.
1993 Jordan 193
Jordan switched to Hart power in 1993, and it started to pay off by the end of the year when the cars finished fifth and sixth at the Japanese GP.
1994 Jordan 194
Rubens Barrichello (pictured) gave the team its first podium finish at the 1994 Pacific Grand Prix.
1995 Jordan 195
Rubens Barrichello (pictured) and teammate Eddie Irvine continued to enjoy success in 1995 with Peugeot power, with both drivers finishing on the podium at the Canadian GP.
1996 Jordan 196
Jordan switched to a yellow livery in 1996, with Martin Brundle now teaming with Rubens Barrichello. While the team finished fifth in the constructors’ standings, they were unable to build on their tally of podium finishes.
1997 Jordan 197
In what is considered one of the best F1 car liveries of all time, Giancarlo Fisichella (pictured) and teammate Ralf Schumacher got the team back up on the podium in 1997.
1998 Jordan 198
With Mugen-Honda power, Damon Hill led teammate Ralf Schumacher home to the team’s first win and 1-2 finish at the chaotic 1998 Belgian GP.
1999 Jordan 199
1999 was the team’s best year in Formula One, with Heinz-Harald Frentzen (pictured) winning two races. Frentzen finished third in the driver standings; Jordan finished third in the constructor standings.
2000 Jordan EJ10
Jordan was unable to return to its winning ways in 2000, although Heinz-Harald Frentzen (pictured) was able to bring home two podium finishes.
2001 Jordan EJ11
2001 marked the first time since 1996 that Jordan failed to score a podium finish. Here, Jarno Trulli races en route to a fourth-place finish at Indianapolis in the Honda-powered EJ11.
2002 Jordan EJ12
2002 marked the team’s last year with Honda power after Giancarlo Fisichella and Takuma Sato failed to finish higher than fifth in a race.
2003 Jordan EJ13
After a switch to Ford power, Giancarlo Fisichella gave Jordan Grand Prix its last win at the chaotic 2003 Brazilian GP.
2004 Jordan EJ14
Jordan began to turn into a backmarker team in its final years. Nick Heidfeld (pictured) and Timo Glock could manage no better than seventh in a race.
2005 Jordan EJ15
After a switch to Toyota power for its final season, Jordan’s last hurrah came at the United States Grand Prix when just six cars started and Tiago Monteiro brought home a third-place finish.