The Jordan-Ford team has finally unveiled its look for 2003, with drivers Giancarlo Fisichella and Ralph Firman taking the covers off a familiar-looking yellow-and-black EJ13-Ford.

The new driving combination joined team boss Eddie Jordan on the pit-apron at the Spanish Grand Prix venue to reveal the livery to the press and also to confirm the logos of former title sponsor Benson & Hedges in the primary position on the car's sidepods. The rest of the car is predominantly yellow, but also features branding for official sponsors Damovo, Brother, Liqui Moly, Puma, Bridgestone and engine partner Ford Europe.

"The vivid yellow colour scheme has helped to make Jordan one of the most distinctive in Formula One, and I am delighted with the way the car looks," Jordan commented on a less striking graphic display than in past years, "It's always exciting to see the new livery for the first time, and it is particularly important this year given the presence of Ford alongside several long standing and loyal sponsors."

The familiar yellow and black colour scheme has been the cornerstone of Jordan's 'look' since 1997, but the team has reverted from the eye-catching shark, wasp and snake imagery to basic yellow-and-black in recent seasons.

Benson & Hedges has been a title or primary sponsor of Jordan since 1996, and continues in the latter role this year, while global communications company Damovo, electronics giant Brother, sportswear firm Puma and auto products manufacturer Liqui Moly all return for the new season with the team.