Three Ways to Display the Schumacher Collection

Three Ways to Display the Schumacher Collection

The Schumacher Collection by Amalgam Collection

The Schumacher Collection - five extraordinary models, celebrating Michael Schumacher’s five consecutive FIA Formula 1 World Drivers’ Championship Victories

The Displays:

  • Three different formats available to display these exceptional models:
    • Option 1: $53,000 USD The models mounted on 5 standard Amalgam Collection carbon composite bases
    • Option 2: $70,000 USD Including 5 silk black pedestals for the standard bases to be displayed on at eye level
    • Option 3: $87,000 USD Limited to just five sets, these beautiful wall displays are indeed works of art. 10% from every sale of the Schumacher Collection Wall Display goes to the Keep Fighting Foundation. Mounted on 5 carbon composite panels, together creating a stunning wall display. Each model is mounted on a carbon composite panel and accompanied by images of Michael selected from the Motorsport Images archive.  The complete display measures 3.06 metres (120 inches) wide by 2.17 metres (85 inches) high. 

The Models:

  • Each model has been hand-built and assembled by a small team of craftsmen
  • 1:8 scale models, measuring over 55 cms/21 inches long
  • Over 12,500 combined hours of development
  • Over 1500 hours of build time
  • Thousands of precisely engineered parts: castings, photo-etchings and CNC machined metal components
  • Models built using original design data and paint codes supplied by Scuderia Ferrari

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Michael Schumacher is widely regarded as the 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. Schumacher was noted throughout his career for his ability to produce fast laps at crucial moments in a race and to push his car to the very limit for sustained periods, particularly in difficult, wet conditions. He played a key role in bringing Benetton their only ever Constructors’ Championship title and in ending Ferrari’s biggest ever 16 year wait, by taking the Constructors' Title in 1999. Schumacher proceeded to win five successive Drivers' titles in a row, a record that seemed until recent years unlikely to ever be beaten. 2002 remains a stand-out year for the German, finishing on the podium in every race and winning the title with a record six races remaining. Schumacher also possesses the highest number of fastest laps with 77 and the largest number of Formula 1 hat-tricks (achieving pole position, the race win and the fastest lap) ever recorded, with 22. Further proof of his extraordinary abilities, are his fifteen consecutive seasons with at least one Grand Prix victory, a feat held jointly with the only other driver to earn seven world titles: Lewis Hamilton. 

91 wins, 64 further podiums and 1,566 career points, from just 306 race starts, is further testament to his extraordinary driving ability. No matter how successful future drivers may prove, Schumacher will always maintain pole position on the grid of Formula 1 history.