The worst F1 car to win a grand prix?

The worst F1 car to win a grand prix?

It's rare that a fundamentally poor car has ever been able to win in Formula 1, but the 2003 Jordan bucked that trend in the chaotic Brazilian Grand Prix, even if Giancarlo Fisichella had to wait two weeks to pick up the trophy

When I returned to Jordan in 2002 as head of race and test engineering after a year in America working for Reynard, there were a lot of things that weren't right.

Eghbal Hamidy was technical director and some strange decisions were made on the car that we had to fix, such as the fact that the front of the chassis was too narrow to be legal and the wishbones didn't comply.

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