The Car that Captures the Beauty of Speed
- One of the most significant Formula 1 cars driven by the greatest of all time
- Raced by the legendary Michael Schumacher
- The car that secured the 2001 Constructors’ and Drivers’ Championships
- Winner of the Monaco and Hungarian Grand Prix Races
- Unparalleled historical significance among modern racing cars
Chassis 211 played a hugely significant role in the remarkable, important 2001 season and is arguably one of the most historically important and valuable Formula 1 cars. This is the very car that was driven in anger in a trio of Grand Prixes, where Michael Schumacher courageously raced his way to the top of the field twice, most notably on the challenging streets of Monaco.
The car’s third and final competition would come at the Hungarian Grand Prix. Racing his way to the checkered flag, it was another historic victory for the remarkable partnership, earning Ferrari its 11th Constructors’ Championship and Schumacher his fourth Drivers’ title.
The opportunity to acquire a Ferrari Formula 1 car that has been driven by Michael Schumacher does not come often. A race-winning example is truly special, but a car that won two Grand Prix races and led the greatest Formula 1 driver and the most successful Formula 1 manufacturer to World Championship titles is nothing short of sensational.
Chassis number 211 is amongst the most significant racing cars in any collection worldwide and is without a doubt the most important modern Formula 1 car in history.