Head of F1 Racing Activities, Ferrari
If Michael Schumacher doesn't overtake you on the track, Ferrari's management will do it in the pits.
That is the challenge facing all Formula One teams competing with Jean Todt's seemingly unstoppable squad.
When Todt arrived in Maranello, Italy, the team was divided after the loss of Enzo Ferrari.
Todt brought organization to the team and motivated everyone to work toward a common goal -- the F1 world championship.
In 1994 and 1995, he began to reverse Ferrari's fortunes.
But Ferrari only started to make an impact after Todt masterminded the arrival of Schumacher from Benetton in 1996 and added master tactician Ross Brawn and designer Rory Byrne.
Ferrari has won six straight Constructors titles, including this year's championship and Schumacher appears to be poised to win his fifth straight driver's title this year.
During the 1980s and early '90s, Todt helped Peugeot win two World Rally Championships, the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the World Sportscar title.
Todt pushed Peugeot hard to enter F1 with its own team. But the management turned him down. In 1993, he moved to Ferrari, where he has formed one of the most dominant teams in racing history.