Currently top of the bidding at ?â?ó?óÔé¼?í?é?¼700.09 (that’s ?âÔÇÜ?é?ú474.40 / $963.88) is a gear selection barrel from a 1998 Ferrari F300. Also on offer is the bevel gear crown from Michael Schumacher’s Ferrari F2002 as used in the Hungarian Grand Prix where he finished second.
More interestingly is the output flange from Schumacher’s F2003-GA that was damaged in his crash at the Brazilian Grand Prix. That race ended his record run of most consecutive points finishes.
The oldest component on sale is from 1991 – a take-off gear from the Ferrari F1-91.
It gives us great pleasure to announce that the second FerrariStore.com auction opens today with a new selection of prestige Ferrari F1 memorabilia sure to appeal to all Ferrari collectors.
Participating in the auction will give you the opportunity to purchase these absolutely unique items at very competitive prices. The true value of the items is very difficult to calculate in fact as they are all original components from single-seaters that have made both Ferrari and motor racing history.
The gearbox is an essential element of any Formula 1 car and each one of its components is manufactured in a very limited run after long, in-depth study and testing.
FerrariStore.com has selected a series of original, certified components for you, including the bevel gear crown from the Ferrari F2002 in which Michael Schumacher competed in the Hungarian Grand Prix, and output flange installed in the German driver’s F2003-GA for the Brazilian Grand Prix during which he was involved in an accident that damaged the component itself.
To discover details of the other five very special items comprising the latest Ferrari F1 Memorabilia selection, just click here or access the dedicated section on the Home Page. We are delighted to invite you to participate in this auction once again.