|Debut Rally||1973 Rallye Monte- Carlo|
|Last Rally (if applicable)||1981 Lombard RAC Rally|
|Date of Birth||February 25, 1946|
|First Win/Best Finish||1973 Rajd Polski|
Jean Todt is a French former co-driver, now the president of the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) since 2009.
During his co-driving career he achieved many victories and in 1981 he was runner up in the World Rally Championship when co-driving Guy Frequelin in his Talbot Sunbeam. After he ended his co-driving career, Todt moved into team management where he managed the Talbot team and additionally, in the Paris-Dakar. He left Talbot in 1993 and moved to Ferrari, becoming its team principal and leading Michael Schumacher to five consecutive drivers' championships between 2000 and 2004 after which he became CEO of Ferrari.
In 2008, he left Ferrari and the following year succeeded Max Mosley as president of the FIA.