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Ferrari boss Jean Todt has insisted he is not contemplating stepping down from his Formula 1 role yet, as he also revealed he is still in discussions with Ross Brawn about a possible return to the team for the Briton.
Former technical director Brawn decided to take a year’s sabbatical at the end of 2006 after a decade at the Italian team in which he was one of the key figures in Michael Schumacher’s record-breaking run of...Read Full Story
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Ferrari boss Jean Todt has said there are no plans to favour one of their drivers over the other in order to maximise the team’s chances of winning the 2007 world championship.
Todt’s comments come after Felipe Massa and Kimi Raikkonen finished one-two in Sunday’s Turkish Grand Prix. With five races to go, the Ferrari duo - led by Massa, on 69 points to Raikkonen’s 68 - trail championship leader Lewis Hamilton by 15...Read Full Story
Linked from http://www.formula1.com/news/interviews/2007/8/6682.html---A lifelong motor racing enthusiast, Jean Todt has seen the sport from all angles - as driver, co-driver and team manager. He has been part of Ferrari and Formula One for well over a decade and has led the Italian team through the most successful period in their long and glorious history.Despite this, the Frenchman remains one of the pit lane’s most enigmatic figures, so when he speaks, you can be sure it will be worth...Read Full Story
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Ferrari Jean Todt has set his two drivers the target of finishing on the podium in each of the remaining six races if the Italian squad is to have any chance of winning the world titles.
Lewis Hamilton’s victory in Hungary at the weekend extended his lead over Kimi Raikkonen in the drivers’ standings to 20 points and he has a further point in hand over Felipe Massa.
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Ferrari chief Jean Todt said the Italian team remain confident they can deliver a resounding challenge for both Formula One World Championship titles this season despite being beaten again in Sunday's dramatic rain-hit European Grand Prix.
Todt, who was disappointed at seeing Finn Kimi Raikkonen fail to complete a hat-trick of successive wins, said Ferrari have everything to play for with only seven races...Read Full Story
Jean Todt (born February 26, 1946) is the executive director of Scuderia Ferrari, the Ferrari company's Formula One constructor. On October 25, 2006, he was appointed as the company's CEO.