Eddie Jordan has put the final touches to his tenth anniversary spectacular at Donington this weekend, with the unveiling of his evening concert line-up.

With just a couple of days to go before the Jordan team celebrates ten years in Formula One, chart-topping boy band Westlife have announced that they will be taking to the stage as the team boss conducts one of his legendary post-event shindigs.

Jordan will end the day in typical - and traditional - style, with a celebration rock concert headed up by the Irish band. The chart-toppers will be joined by recently-signed RCA act Made In London, plus Thin Lizzy guitarist Scott Gorham and '70's sidekick Brian Robertson, who will recreate some of the group's most memorable songs. Irish music legend Davey Spillane will add his unique touch to the evening, before Eddie Jordan himself, complete with his group, the Buzzin' Hornets, raise the roof with one of their infamous jamming sessions.

The concert will be the grand finale to a day of track action, commencing with Heinz-Harald Frentzen and Jarno Trulli demonstrating this year's Jordan car, the EJ10.

The team's two current stars will be joined by famous faces from Jordan's past, including Andrea de Cesaris and 1982 world championship runner-up John Watson, who will take to the wheel of the team's first car, the 191. Czech F3000 star Tomas Enge will also be out in last year's race-winning 199, while race fans will also be treated to the spectacle of historic cars from all eras racing in three events during the day.

All proceeds from the day's action will go to the CLIC (Cancer and Leukaemia in Children} charity, and tickets can still be obtained from the Donington ticket hotline (+44 (0)115 912 9124, or from the Donington Park or Jordan websites (www.donington-park.co.uk or www.f1jordan.com)



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