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Jordan Collection To Go On Sale For Charity

Eddie Jordan will put two of his former Jordan Grand Prix cars and Jordan memorabilia up for sale to raise money for CLIC Sargent and the Amber Foundation. The collection, to be sold by Cars International, includes the first Jordan car ever built – chassis number 01. The 191, designed by Gary Anderson, is highly significant as it was Michael Schumacher‘s debut car. As a token of Schumacher's gratitude, he presented Eddie Jordan with the now seven-times World Champion's original helmet, signed, and comes complete with the car. The second car up for sale is the 198, the very car that the 1996 World Champion, Damon Hill, took to victory at the 1998 Belgian Grand Prix – Hill's final...
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