October 2014
F1 Racing;Oct2014, Issue 224, p76
An interview with Jean Todt, a French motor sport chief executive, is presented. He mentions his interest in automobiles and racing events as well as his dream of becoming a Formula One automobile racing driver. He discusses his experience in dealing with different racing teams and his involvement in organising the Tour de France. He mentions his experience of going as a spectator to several Formula One races.


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