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Eddie Jordan Net Worth




Net Worth:$475 Million
Date of Birth:March 20, 1949
Profession:Professional Motorsport Boss


Eddie Jordan’s Net Worth and Biography in 2021

Edmund Patrick Jordan, also known as EJ, is an Irish businessman, television personality and former motorsport team owner. Born in Dublin, Jordan worked first at the Bank of Ireland.

The team won the Irish Kart Championship in 1971 and moved to Formula Ford in 1974.

Making him the founder and owner of Jordan Grand Prix, a Formula One constructor which operated from 1991 to 2005.

Jordan was the chief analyst for Formula One coverage on the BBC from 2009 to 2015 before joining Channel 4 after BBC pulled out in 2016. 

In february 2016, it was announced, Jordan joined top ear as a presenter.

On the otherside, we are discussing on Jordan’s Net Worth.

As of 2021 his net worth is estimated $475 million.


Ed Jordan known Edmund Patrick Jordan was born at the Wentworth Nursing Home in Dublin on 30 March 1948, the son of Eileen and Paddy Jordan.

He has one, older, sibling Helen. His father was the twin brother of a senior nun, Mother Rectoress of the Irish Sisters of Charity and worked as an accountant for the electricity board.

At ten months old, Jordan developed a form of pink disease and his family were advised by doctors to move him from Dublin to Bray for “fresh air”. His mother Eileen was advised to “take him out of woollens and into cotton during the month of May”

She opposed, initially. Nevertheless, she conceded and Jordan’s condition did gradually improve. During his childhood, Jordan grew up in Dartry, south Dublin and Bray, County Wicklow.

He spent most of his time in Bray, where he became close with his Aunt Lilian, having regularly travelled to visit her at the end of the school

In his childhood, Jordan was known by the nickname “Flash” as his surname rhymed with the name Gordon

Educational life

Jordan began his education at Saint Anne’s Pre-School in Milltown later spending eleven years at the Synge Street Christian Brothers School, where he and his fellow students would be regularly beaten they did not study hard.

Despite this experience, Jordan found the level of education to be high.

While at Synge Street, aged 15, Jordan briefly considered becoming a priest. Having dismissed the priesthood and family pressures to enter dentistry.

He ended up taking a six-week accountancy course at the College of Commerce, Dublin, and then began working for the Bank of Ireland as a clerk at their branch in Mullingar.

After four years, Jordan moved to the branch in Camden Street, Dublin. During a banking strike in Dublin in 1970, he spent the summer on the island of Jersey, working as an accountant for an electricity company by day and doing bar work in the evenings.

During this period, he encountered kart racing for the first time, and had his first (unofficial) races there at St Brelade’s Bay.


Upon his return to Dublin, Jordan bought a kart and began racing. He entered the Irish Kart Championship in 1971 and won it.

In 1974 Jordan moved up to Formula Ford, the Irish Formula Ford Championship and in 1975 to Formula Three.

But was forced to sit out the 1976 season after shattering his left leg in a crash at Mallory Park.

After his injuries had healed, he switched to Formula Atlantic, won three races in 1977, and won the Irish Formula Atlantic Championship in 1978.

Jordan and Stefan Johansson raced in British Formula Three in 1979, under the name “Team Ireland” and, in the same year, Jordan drove in one Formula Two race and did a small amount of testing for McLaren.

At the end of 1979 and short of money, Jordan founded his first team, Eddie Jordan Racing, which ran drivers David Leslie and David Sears in 1981 at various events in and around Great Britain.

The year 1982 his primary driver was James Weaver; in 1983 Weaver ran again in European F3 and Jordan hired Martin Brundle, who finished second to Ayrton Senna in British F3.

Jordan’s team employed Johnny Herbert, who proceeded to win the British Formula Three Championship

Jordan also entered a Formula 3000 team, whose first wins came with drivers Herbert and Martin Donnelly in 1988. In 1989 the Jordan F3000 team dominated the season and Jordan driver Jean Alesi won the championship.

During 1989, hired Reynard Chief Designer Gary Anderson becoming Donnelly’s engineer and overseeing operations of the team eventually joining full-time on 4 February 1990


Jordan founded Jordan Grand Prix in 1991 with Anderson as Chief Designer. The team quickly gained its respect and punched above their weight on a number of occasions during the season.

Jordan gave Michael Schumacher his Formula 1 debut in 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.

He was leading the European Grand Prix, but retired because of electrical problems.

Had he won the race, Frentzen would have been within a point of the championship lead with two rounds remaining.

As of 2021, Eddie Jordan career net worth is $475 million.


Jordan’s highlight are listed below

• Jordan won the Irish Kart Championship in 1971

• Jordan was the founder and owner of Jordan Grand Prix


”It is unconscionable that some of our citizens have decided to take advantage of this natural disaster by stealing from their own fellow citizens. This is a time when people need to come together.” – Eddie Jordan.

”It’s unconscionable that some of our citizens have decided to take advantage of this natural disaster, … It’s indefensible. It violates every code of morality. And it’s against the law.” – Eddie Jordan.

”It says a lot about the direction we’re going in, with the new starting lineup a huge, huge defensive emphasis. Some guys didn’t play as many minutes tonight as normal

But we really cared about doing the things that it takes to win and not about what’s going to shoot up in the stat sheet.” – Eddie Jordan.

”I think that we have to begin a process of removing the stain of corruption from Louisiana, and I think that, in this case, we have confronted corruption squarely in the face and we have dealt with it appropriately and fairly.” – Eddie Jordan.

”He’s a professional. He probably made a slight mistake by going public before he had a conversation with the General Manager, but I’ve said all along he’s been a professional on the floor at practice, in the locker room, on the planes, on busses. I never saw any real unhappiness or anything like that.” – Eddie Jordan.


Edmund Patrick Jordan, also known as EJ, is an Irish businessman, television personality, philanthropist. He own his business fame which he achieved more from his hard work.

Jordan’s net worth and biography, career an hard work, this made him focused on his career, it’s lead to the achievement and success, his net worth is estimated $475 million.

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