Michael Schumacher

In 2002, Michael finished first or second in every race except for the Malaysian Grand Prix, where he finished third, thus achieving a podium position in every race. Michael won 11 Grands Prix setting the record for shortest time in which the World Driver's Championship has been clinched, securing the title with a win at the French Grand Prix, the Round 11 out of 17 races.

Ferrari F2002

The greatest Ferrari F2002 sent Michael and teammate Rubens Barrichello 9 times home with Ferrari 1-2 winning 15 races out of 17 of the season. The F2002, powered by a 3 litres V10 naturally aspirated engine, was also the 150th Ferrari Grand Prix winner.

Round 11 (French GP), Michael secured his fifth World Driver's Championship title with 6 races to go in the season. Round 17 (Japanese GP), Michael won the 11th race of the year with 5 times as first runner-up and once as second runner-up.
Michael Schumacher made a record-breaking total of 144 points in the points system of 10-6-4-3-2-1 for the first six finishers of a race.

Round 8 - The Canadian Grand Prix

The 150th Ferrari Grand Prix Victory

Round 11 - The French Grand Prix

The Fifth World Drivers' Championship

Round 17 - The Japanese Grand Prix

The 100% Podium Season

Model Kit:
1:43 IXO model and special decal 63829X
Thursday, 26 September 2019