(CNN) -- Economic reformer, champion of education and sports enthusiast, Sheikh Salman Al-Khalifa has been Bahrain's leading political figure since being named Crown Prince in 1999.
The Western-educated 40-year-old is credited with opening up an era of progressive government reforms and introducing a liberal economic strategy to the small island country in the Arabian Gulf.
When not being either Commander-in-chief of the Bahrain Defense Force, chairman of Housing and Urban Development or chair of Council for Youth and Sports, the crown prince is a serious sports enthusiast who spearheaded bringing the Formula One Grand Prix to Bahrain, seeing off stiff competition from other countries in the region.
The crown prince will be interviewed by CNN's Richard Quest in Bahrain next week. Do you want to get under his skin and find out what makes him tick ? How does he handle the responsibilities of his role? And how did he succeed in bringing F1 to Bahrain?
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