Eddie Jordan has been a member of the BBC’s Formula One TV presenting team since the beginning of the 2009 season, alongside David Coulthard and Jake Humphrey. Eddie’s role as F1 primary analyst sees him share his lively and sometimes outspoken views from the perspective of a former Team Principal and paddock insider.
Always a popular interviewee in his F1 team boss days, it was a natural step for Eddie to appear on camera more regularly after selling his team. In 2006 he made his presenting debut with “Bad Boy Racers” a series following a group of young offenders in their rehabilitation programme, produced by Zig Zag for Channel 5.
Eddie has written a recent autobiography: Eddie Jordan: An Independent Man, published by Orion Publishing Group and available from most bookstores (http://www.orionbooks.co.uk/HB-36736/An-Independent-Man.html). Professional motorsport writer Maurice Hamilton has written two books which go “behind the scenes” with Jordan Grand Prix in 1994 and 1998, called Race Without End and Against All Odds. A biography: Eddie Jordan: The Biography was written by Timothy Collins and published by Virgin Books in 2002. Eddie was also a columnist for F1 Racing Magazine for 3 years.