You could pick any of the five versions of the Benson & Hedges-sponsored Jordans from the late-1990s and early-2000s as cool liveries, but for sheer novelty value we have to pick out the first one from 1997. 

With its bright yellow paint, scary snake fangs and Bitten & Hisses option for countries where tobacco sponsorship was banned, the Jordan 197 showed that the plucky Irish team really was a true breath of fresh air in a stuffy paddock. 

The young partnership of Ralf Schumacher and Giancarlo Fisichella was a risk too – particularly when the two crashed into each other at the Argentinian GP three races in. A certain sense of drama followed the Jordan team everywhere.