From F1-live.com "Toyota indicated at the weekend that they would be willing to supply a second team in Formula One for the 2005 season and now it seems that Jordan are the team that will enjoy the use of the powerful V10 engines. The Guardian reports that the team will run Toyota engines next year and that Ryan Briscoe a long time Toyota Protégé will drive the Jordan Toyota. However, don't discount another Toyota favoured driver such as Ricardo Zonta joining the team. "Things are looking much more optimistic and we are now 99 percent certain that we will be on the grid for the Australian Grand Prix at Melbourne next March," Ian Phillips told the publication. "It has been a nerve-racking past few weeks but we're now looking forward to the future." Jordan has used Ford Cosworth power in recent years after along spell with Mugen and Honda. A move to Toyota is exactly what the team have been looking for as the deal is expected to be relatively inexpensive at 10 million US Dollars, compared to recent contracts with Cosworth. Formula One regulations states that engines must last for two race weekends in 2005. Should an engine fail, then a driver will be placed back ten positions on the grid for that race or the following race. Should the deal be confirmed, Toyota may well have a say on one of the drivers, but given that Ryan Briscoe is no longer involved with the Toyota F1 team, Ricardo Zonta seems the man more likely to race with Jordan. Earl ALEXANDER" ----------------------- I think this will be great for Jordan. Considering Toyota has one of the more powerful engines in F1. This should push Jordan up the grid?