My Favorite Quotes
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 Jean Todt - “We knew that Michael could be in quite a good position at the start but we knew that it was a different strategy. On paper, two pit stops was quicker but then you can't predict the traffic.”
 Jean Todt - “The successes we have enjoyed have not been down to three people. It is also true that each history has an end.”
 Jean Todt - “Honestly, I think the most we can hope for is to get our cars home in the points.”
 Jean Todt - “If he feels he is not competitive enough, that is when he will stop. But he is very intelligent. He loves driving and being with the team and winning races.”
 Jean Todt - “There was definitely no light here. It was very dark.”
 Fritz Todt - “We do not build speedways, but roads which correspond to the character of the German landscape.”
 Fritz Todt - “These roads do not serve transportation alone, they also bind our Fatherland.”
 Fritz Todt - “In these highways our engineering will reflect the National Socialist movement.”
 Fritz Todt - “For decades engineers have stood accused that their buildings do not have any cultural value. We have attempted to liberate engineering of this accusation.”
 Fritz Todt - “Factories are the workplaces of our National Socialist racial comrades.”
 Jean Todt - “When I was going up to the podium, I said to Michael that I could not remember the way any more, as it had been such a long time since the last victory.”
 Jean Todt - “As I was going to the podium, I told Michael I could not remember the way because it has been so long since the last victory. The result was very encouraging for the future and a huge boost.”
 Jean Todt - “Did you watch the Grand Prix today ... We lack grip.”
 Jean Todt - “Michael is normally quite cool, but the way he reacted is quite significant, ... He missed an opportunity, and we know that we haven't had so many opportunities this year.”
 Jean Todt - “Number 5 is a setback. The challenge to improve is even bigger. We want the title back.”
 Jean Todt - “In the past years, we have developed the nice tradition of winning races on a new track, but today that run has come to an end. I am very disappointed, especially for the large number of Ferrari fans we could see in the grandstands at this great facility. We must get back to work immediately, along with our partner Bridgestone, to analyse the situation. Our aim is to be as well prepared as possible for the race in Monza and those that follow in what has turned out to be a particularly tough season.”
 Jean Todt - “Michael will need to relax after a frustrating season. That's why I really hope we will finish in a better situation because it gives you morale to start the next one.”
 Jean Todt - “I had a few opportunities at the beginning when he took over Minardi to meet him. I will not miss him.”
 Jean Todt - “Again, a funny question. I said to you that Rubens is with us until the 31st of December, so does that mean I put Rubens with you in Istanbul not doing something and just for the pleasure of having him No, he will drive and honestly he is doing a very good job. He's very motivated, very dedicated. We have been very fair to him and I'm expecting him to be very fair to Ferrari.”
 Jean Todt - “After this morning's free practice we were hoping for a better result than this, but the result over one flying lap this afternoon did not come up to our expectations. In fact, both our drivers found that their cars did not perform as well as they had done in the morning. However, I believe we will see a closely contested race on a track where overtaking is possible, especially on the main straight. Of course, it's not possible to make any more definitive predictions because of the usual unknowns surrounding the different fuel levels, consistency of tyre performance and reliability.”
 Jean Todt - “Honestly, I want to finish in the best position in the table as possible. I've lost the dream to win both championships, but now at least we have to secure third position if possible.”
 Jean Todt - “We will go into this season with a great motivation, great humility and also a great determination to get back to the top. We have the team, we have the means and we have the drivers, so there is no excuse not to return to where we were, and this will be our aim.”
 Jean Todt - “This was a chaotic and confusing race. We hoped to exploit the unusual weather conditions but this year, it seems that even the luck that can be a fundamental part of motor racing will not come our way. Maybe we have had too much of it in the past few years, but I hope we can now get back in credit on this score as quickly as possible. At the start of the race, Michael was a front runner, while Rubens who had started from further back, was struggling a bit. When the Safety Car came, out we tried to gamble on dry tyres on Michael's car, but very quickly, he realised the car was impossible to drive in these conditions. So another stop was needed to go back to rain tyres, but Michael's race lasted just one more lap, when he was hit by Sato in the braking area for La Source. This meant all our hopes rested with Rubens, who had moved into the points by this stage. His race was going normally, but when his rain tyres began to go off significantly, he had to pit again to fit dry ones with just a few laps remaining. The time he lost doing this and in getting the dry tyres up to temperature cost him fourth place.”
 Jean Todt - “The last three races, and then next year when we will have Michael and Massa and we definitely wish that Michael stays in Formula One. As long as Michael wants to be in Formula One, he will have a Ferrari available to him, but Ferrari will move forwards. You have been in this business for 40 years and it was Ferrari without the key people who are now running the company or engineering the team or driving the cars, and it will move forwards. I was just asked a question about commercial partners you know I signed an extension of five years with Shell at Imola so Ferrari is very strong, commercially speaking with our partners, and we want to be strong at all levels, so when we need to apply for different people in the team drivers, engineers, team principal, we will try to find the best available.”
 Fritz Todt - “The ever increasing spiritual damage caused by life within the big city will make this hunger practically uncontrollable when we build here on this the landscape of our homeland we must be clear that we will protect its beauty.”

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