Michael Schumacher

In 2006, Michael regained competitiveness after the challenging 2005 which changed to V8 engines from V10. Michael retired at the end of the season when scored second in World Drivers' Championship.

Ferrari 248F1

The outlifted Ferrari 248F1 evolved from F2004 (V10 engine) becoming a successful V8 runner was powered by a 2.4 litres V8 naturally aspirated engine. It finished the season with 9 wins, 7 poles, and 9 fastest laps.

Round 12 (German GP), Michael and teammate Felipe Massa scored the second Ferrrai 1-2 of the year. This was the fourth win of Michael at home. Round 16 (Chinese GP), Michael won his 91st victory on the National Day of China at Shanghai circuit.
Michael Schumacher holds the record for the most Grand Prix victories, 91 times; the most Grand Prix championship titles, seven times; and a lot more records.

Round 16 - The Chinese Grand Prix

The 91st Grand Prix Victory of Michael Schumacher

Model Kit:
1:43 Hotwheels model and special decal
Wednesday, 25 December 2019