"What would you do if you were in a car with the President of the Chamber Boldrini"? The answer is obvious for Siegfried: "I would do the driver."
Psychologist, and expert pilot road safety, investigates the human soul at the wheel of a car by mixing philosophy and psychology, technical guidance and wisdom of the ancient Greeks and Romans.
"Can a driver be also wise"? It must be, because security at the wheel is "A Mental Balance".
Paradoxical that these psychological and philosophical reflections arrive from a Formula One driver, but this gives them a deep introspective capacity, with a simple and smooth language that blends perfectly with the pure driving technique.
Siegfried Stohr, born in 1952, was a young pilot of the Italian National Karting in 1970 and 1971, then he graduated in psychology (with honors) in Padua and has worked as a psychologist in the social and health services for five years before turning to race.
Italian champion of Formula 3 and Formula Italia, he ran the Formula One World Championship in 1981 with Arrows Team.
Since 1982 manages the safe driving school "GuidarePilotare" which organizes driving courses for cars, motorcycles and industrial vehicles. from 2014 he is project leader for the BMW Driving Experience.
A lover of philosophy and Roman history he has investigated like no other the depths of the human soul at the wheel of a car.