The Ferrari Museum is dedicating a special exhibition to Michael Schumacher, which will open on the occasion of his 50th birthday on 3 January 2019. It will be both a celebration and a mark of gratitude to the most successful Prancing Horse driver ever.
Schumacher has a special place in Ferrari’s history, which has been marked by his many records. Between 1996 and 2006 the German champion won five consecutive Drivers’ titles, from 2000 to 2004. He made a major contribution to the Scuderia’s haul of six Manufacturers’ titles over those years.
The Museum’s rooms will look back over the memorable seasons that the seven-time World Champion gifted to all Ferraristi. These days created a legend now bigger than ever in the hearts of fans.
The exhibition will also show Michael’s crucial contribution to the development of extraordinary GT cars in his years at Maranello. His role was as a driver and later as a consultant.
The ‘Michael 50’ exhibition is in collaboration with the Keep Fighting Foundation.
Schumacher had a skiing accident at the end of December 2013. He was in a medical coma for half a year. After that, the former driver was in rehabilitation before his wife returned him to their home in Switzerland.
The Ferrari Museum in Maranello is dedicating a special exhibition to Michael Schumacher, which will open on the occasion of his 50th birthday on 3 January 2019. It is both a celebration and a sign of gratitude to the most successful driver of all time of the Cavallino Rampante. pic.twitter.com/x9ZRRiVjJh
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