Jordan King1994-02-26 (age 27)
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British driver Jordan King will join Ginetta's LMP1 squad for the next round of the FIA World Endurance Championship in Shanghai.
Jordan King says his priority remains a full-time IndyCar deal, despite his World Endurance Championship programme and recent return to Formula 2 with MP Motorsport in testing.
Despite his own seventh place at Phoenix being the highest finish for an Ed Carpenter Racing-Chevrolet this year, the team owner himself said he’s encouraged by ECR’s improved consistency in pace.
IndyCar rookie Jordan King says honesty and trust between himself and Ed Carpenter Racing engineers have been key factors in his strong performances in the season-opener and in testing.
Will Power finished the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course test on top, but Ed Carpenter Racing’s Jordan King continued to impress by preventing Team Penske domination.
Ed Carpenter Racing-Chevrolet rookie Jordan King said he was happy with qualifying fourth for his first ever IndyCar race, but says he could have been even faster.
Scott Dixon and the Chip Ganassi Racing-Honda team sprung to prominence with fastest time during third practice for the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, while rookie Jordan King was fourth before shunting at the last turn.
Ten IndyCar drivers will be part of the lineup for this year’s Kart4Kids event on Wednesday which will raise money for the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Fla.
Team owner Ed Carpenter said he was impressed by Jordan King on his first day of testing with his team at Sonoma, and has confirmed the Briton will make his oval debut on Sunday at Phoenix.
New Ed Carpenter Racing driver Jordan King says he needed reassurance from former GP2 teammate Alexander Rossi about making the switch to IndyCar.
Formula 2 driver Jordan King has revealed he is "seriously" looking at Formula E as he establishes a "transition to a professional career" in 2018.
Ferrari Formula 1 junior driver Charles Leclerc topped a disrupted qualifying session to claim pole position for the Formula 2 feature race at Barcelona.
Jordan King says Formula 2's established teams need to step up their game after Italian outfit Prema dominated the series in its debut GP2 campaign in 2016.
Ferrari junior Charles Leclerc inherited the top spot on the opening day of F2 testing in Bahrain, as initial pace-setter Nobuharu Matsushita lost his time over a red flag infringement.
Jordan King, a former development driver of the now-defunct Manor F1 team, will continue racing in the GP2 Series in 2017.
Manor development driver Jordan King says he is working towards a graduation to Formula 1 in 2017, although he admits he still has more to prove in GP2.
GP2's 2016 runner-up Antonio Giovinazzi, fellow title contender Raffaele Marciello and the series' most experienced driver Johnny Cecotto will take part in the post-season test at Abu Dhabi's Yas Marina Circuit.
Red Bull junior Pierre Gasly pulled off two passes for the lead to take victory in the GP2 feature race at Spa-Francorchamps.
ART Grand Prix driver Sergey Sirotkin has scored his first victory of the 2016 GP2 season in the sprint race at the Hungaroring.
Jordan King took a second GP2 sprint race victory in as many weekends at Silverstone, the Brit holding off a charge from Luca Ghiotto in tricky conditions.
Racing Engineering driver Jordan King picked up his first victory in GP2 in a rainy Sunday sprint at the Red Bull Ring.
DAMS driver Alex Lynn took his third victory in GP2 in a Barcelona sprint race that finished under safety car due to a huge shunt for rookie Antonio Giovinazzi.
Once again the Racing Engineering cars were running well with Norman Nato 4th on 1:50.571s and Jordan King 5th on 1:50.945s.
Manor development driver Jordan King has re-signed with Racing Engineering for the 2016 GP2 season.
Alexander will start tomorrow’s Sprint Race from 8th on the reversed grid while Jordan King, following his retirement will have to start from the rear of the grid.
Alexander Rossi took an overdue first GP2 victory of the season in the sprint race at Spa, leading home Racing Engineering teammate Jordan King.
Indonesia’s Rio Haryanto won his first-ever GP2 victory in his 70th start in the series, charging through from seventh on the grid and holding off the challenge of yesterday’s winner Stoffel Vandoorne.
We posed the question the other day, can anyone stop Stoffel Vandoorne. So far, the answer is no.
Roberto Merhi has completed the 2015 Formula One field after securing the second racing seat at the Manor Marussia team.