It is a great honour to have Mr Jean Todt as a key-note speaker at the ITS World Congress.
In 1966 Jean Todt began his career as a 20-year-old co-driver in rally racing. He then advanced through the major categories of auto racing — from rallying to sports cars to Formula One to his current post. Today he is the elected President of the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) for the 3rd consecutive term.
He is perhaps best known by the general public for his role as the director who led the Ferrari Formula One team through its most dominant, successful period of racing, winning every constructors’ and drivers’ title from 2000 to 2004, with Michael Schumacher driving. But within racing it is known that he has in fact dominated every series in which he has been involved.