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Jean Todt The Author

Jean Todt has had a long and distinguished career in motorsport, starting out as a rally co-driver, moving on to become sporting manager at Peugeot, and then on to Ferrari, where he was Formula One Team Principal, and latterly promoted to CEO of the Ferrari company itself.

Along the long and winding journey Jean Todt has also become an accomplished author, authoring and co-authoring a number of books related to his life experiences. Below we showcase a few of his works, some pretty interesting reading.

Small, sublime, and scorching hot: the popular Ferrari brick book now including the 2003 season! Renowned Formula 1 photographer Rainer W. Schlegelmilch has once again pushed racing photography to extremes this year. In addition to the winner and the highlights of the season, the popular brick book remains true to its concept and includes a chronological presentation of the more than 50-year Grand Prix history of the Scuderia Ferrari. Portraits of prominent Ferrari drivers and topics such as design, engineering, and statistics will not only raise the pulse of confirmed Ferrari devotees, but are also a must-read for all racing fans.


Inside Ferrari is an exclusive and intimate view inside Formula l’s most successful, most alluring and most secretive professional racing teams. This book provides a rare glimpse into the world famous Ferrari factory, inside the Ferrari garage and inside the Ferrari test track, capturing what it takes to be one of the world’s great sports teams.

The camera division of the Olympus Corporation Camera Company, a sponsor of the Ferrari Formula 1 team, commissioned Jon Nicholson to go behind the scenes at Ferrari and take exclusive photographs of its Fl Team at work — in preparation for races, and during races. Working as a team, Nicholson and racing journalist Maurice Hamilton created a candid profile that is packed with exciting stories and on-the-spot action photographs of behind-the-scenes workers and such internationally famous drivers as Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello. Here are (almost) all the secrets involving: The factory,The testing, The cars, The drivers, Racing, The Ferrari racing family.

No one else has ever been given such access to Ferrari, and this book will be a delight for millions of Formula 1 racing fans.

This biography of Michael Schumacher describes all of his childhood, his exceptional career, and his secrets. It exists since 1997 and has been fully updated at the end of the 2006 seasons – and possibly Michael’s 8th world title.

About the Author
Luc Domenjoz has covered more than 340 Grands Prix to date, and has been the biographer of Michael Schumacher since 1997.

A beautiful large format French language history of this famous European circuit.

Numerous photographs in black and white and color make this work worthwhile for the illustrations alone. 192 pages, hardbound and dust-jacketed.

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