All four cars are offered for purchase jointly and include the 1991 Jordan-Cosworth 191 in which he made his Grand Prix debut; The 1991 Benetton-Cosworth B191 in which he scored his first championship points at the Italian Grand Prix; The 1994 Benetton-Cosworth B194 in which he won eight races and his first World Championship; and the 2002 Ferrari F2002 in which he won ten races and his fifth of seven world titles.
Only the seriously minted need apply. If you want to add these four exceptional pieces of Grand Prix history to your collection, you’re going to have to stump up USD $6,500,000 (GBP ?âÔÇÜ?é?ú3,310,164).
- Cars International – Four Michael Schumacher cars (external)
- F1 2006 review: Michael Schumacher retrospective
- F1 2006 review: Michael Schumacher gallery
- F1 2006 review: Michael Schumacher’s Greatest Hits
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