"There are two approach roads to the silverstone facility and the main public road which gives access the silverstone facility of Force India remains open and the visitors and staff have normal and usual access," Force India spokesman Prakash Mirpuri said.
Jordan was the owner of the team in its Jordan avatar and also has substantial land ownership around the factory. Reports had come that he had blocked access to the factory by closing the road.
The Force India spokesman admitted that Jordan had indeed closed the road but maintained with the main public road remaining open, the team's access had not been affected.
"The second road created by Eddie Jordan during his ownership has been closed by him as he wishes to explore alternative uses for is land. This in no way affects Force India," he added.
03/26/08 (GMM) Team founder and former owner Eddie Jordan has thrown a spanner in the works of the Force India outfit, according to reports.
The Swiss publication Motorsport Aktuell claims that the Irishman, despite no longer owning the team, still controls some of the land surrounding the Silverstone factory in rural England.
Jordan has apparently been trying to sell to Force India a section of land that provides access to the team factory.
But because the Vijay Mallya and Mol family-owned team has so far refused to buy, it is reported that Jordan blocked access to the factory while the race team and bosses were away for the Malaysian grand prix.
Motorsport Aktuell claims that Jordan ordered the dumping of a truckload of concrete on the access road.