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Jordan to Improve Formula One Success

01 October 2001

The Jordan Grand Prix Race Team has apointed Celerant Consulting to Improve Team's Formula One Success

The purpose of the project is to maximize the team's on- and off-track performance in its long-term pursuit of Formula One success. ""We are helping the Jordan Grand Prix team build on its fantastic foundation and vision to become a dominant Formula One team,"" said Ian Clarkson, Celerant Consulting's CEO. ""Performance improvements resulting from our work will translate into vital championship points for the Jordan Team,"" he added. While in the early stages of the relationship, Celerant is helping the Jordan Team minimize fault recurrence, speed-up modifications between races, and significantly reduce fault-response times.

The Jordan Grand Prix team is currently in fourth place in the Formula One circuit, and raced at The American Grand Prix in Indianapolis on September 30. The team's goal is to become the number one Grand Prix team in the next three-to-five years.

Commenting on the announcement, Jordan's Chief Operating Officer, John Putt said, ""We are confident the changes and new ways of working, implemented with Celerant Consulting's assistance, will filter through to better team and race-day performance in the new season and seasons to come. Thanks to their experience in the manufacturing and automotive industries, Celerant is the ideal partner to improve our all-around performance as a racing team."" The Jordan Team is headquartered at Silverstone Race Track in the United Kingdom.






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