Michael Schumacher is undoubtedly one the of the greatest drivers to have ever raced in Formula 1. Throughout his career in the sport, he managed to secure seven Formula 1 World Championships, a record only he has achieved even to this day. Out of the seven title's, five consecutive wins from 2000 to 2004 were with Ferrari, the team where he spent majority of his career with. In fact, he also made a big contribution to the team's six Manufacturer's title through his time with Ferrari.
As Schumacher will be celebrating his 50th birthday in January 2019, the Ferrari Museum will be holding a special exhibit to pay homage to the Champion on his birthday called 'Michael 50'. According to Ferrari, the Schumacher museum exhibit is intended to be both a celebration and a mark of gratitude to the most successful Ferrari driver ever.
The museum rooms will be filled with a number of memorabilia and images, giving visitors an opportunity to look back at the Schumacher era of Formula 1 during his time with Ferrari together with his contributions to the team; racing seasons that created his 'legend' status. The exhibition will also shine a light on Schumacher's contribution to the development of Formula 1 cars during his years at Maranello, both as a driver and later on as a consultant.
The 'Michael 50' exhibtion will open its doors on January 3, 2019, exactly on Schumacher's 50th birthday, and will be open daily. Ferrari's special exhibit will also be in collaboration with the Keep Fighting Foundation. Tickets are now available via the Ferrari Museum website.