The Ferrari that seven-time Formula 1 world champion Michael Schumacher drove to five victories will go under the hammer next week in Geneva. According to Sotheby’s auction house, the bolide could fetch up to 9.4 million dollars.
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The red “Chassis 229” was driven by the German a total of nine times in 2003, and he also became champion that season. “The car is special because it is one of only four with more than four victories in Ferrari’s history and also by the greatest driver of his generation, Michael Schumacher,” said a Sotheby’s spokesman. (sd)
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