Paying homage to the most successful F1 driver of all time
The Schumacher Collection, honouring the joint most successful Formula 1 driver of all time, is a wall mounted display consisting of five original Amalgam models of Michael Schumacher's FIA Formula 1 World Championship winning cars from 2000 to 2004. Each model is mounted on a perfect carbon composite panel and is accompanied by an archived quality Giclée print of Michael at the relevant race selected by us from the Motorsport Images archive. Limited to just five sets, these beautiful creations are indeed works of art. Our sales team are now accepting orders on the remaining two sets of this exquisite wall display. 10% of the proceeds from every sale of the Schumacher Collection Display goes to the Keep Fighting Foundation.
Please note that, due to the large size and complexities of installation, shipping and additional costs will be calculated and billed separately based on delivery location.
The Schumacher Collection Display comprises of five models, celebrating Michael’s five consecutive FIA Formula 1 World Drivers’ Championship victories with Scuderia Ferrari. Each model is mounted on a carbon composite panel and accompanied by an archive quality Giclée print of Michael at the relevant race, selected from the Motorsport Images archive.
The complete display necessitated over 12,500 combined hours of development and 1500 hours of build time. The complete display measures 3.06 metres (120 inches) wide by 2.17 metres (85 inches) high, with each 1:8 scale model measuring over 55 cms/21 inches long.
Michael Schumacher is quite simply the joint most successful Formula 1 driver of all time. The first driver to achieve seven FIA Formula 1 World Championships, and the first German to win one at all, he was at times controversial, but always a genius behind the wheel. 91 wins, 64 further podiums and 1,566 career points, from just 306 race starts, is a real testament to his driving ability. No matter how successful future drivers may become, Schumacher will always be deserving of his leading position in the Formula 1 Hall of Fame.
Expand Your Schumacher Collection
2001 Hungary Grand Prix at 1:8 scale
2002 Canadian Grand Prix at 1:8 scale
2004 Canadian Grand Prix at 1:18 scale