Our Talent

JBE can offer a broad range of talent a sample of which can be found below. JBE can also establish availability and fees for any specific artist required.


Eddie JordanEddie Jordan is now a Formula one pundit for the BBC, and is renowned for using the phrase 'when I was at Jordan' on the show. He also wrote a monthly column called 'This much I know' for F1 Racing magazine until they relaunched with Murray Walker writing instead. Eddie has also worked on a TV series called "Eddie Jordan's Bad Boy Racers".

He continues to love rock and roll music (he plays the drums). Until 2007 his band's name was V10. A cut down version of the band is currently gigging at various venues around the world under the name of "Eddie & The Robbers".

Jordan founded Jordan Grand Prix in 1991 hiring the respected Gary Anderson as Chief Designer. The team quickly gained its respect and punched above their weight on a number of occasions during the season. It should also be noted that Eddie Jordan gave a young German called Michael Schumacher his Formula 1 debut in that, the team's debut season. After one race for the team, Schumacher was lured away to rivals Benetton.

In 1998 the team achieved its best ever result when drivers Damon Hill and Ralf Schumacher finished first and second at the Belgian Grand Prix. In 1999, Jordan achieved their F1 zenith when Heinz-Harald Frentzen became a genuine contender for the championship, ultimately finishing third, the best placing ever of a Jordan driver and accumulating two race wins along the way.

Jordan's other sporting interests include golf and horse racing.

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