The race of his life: Eddie Jordan
Motorsport was a drug for Jordan. His harking back to it and his ongoing TV work suggest he’s nowhere near ready to go cold turkey yet
Eddie Jordan seems to be negotiating some sort of a deal on the phone when I arrive at his Monaco home. His wife Marie, a tall, elegant former basketball player, ushers me into the living room, where a balcony of the multimillion-euro apartment looks out over the famous port. As we chat, the father of four is stretched out on a chaise longue across from me, wearing fitness gear and natty pink running shoes.
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