Do you folks want to own a piece of Formula One racing history? Well, we have some good news and some, well, let’s just see how much money you have in your bank accounts before we determine whether its good news or bad news.

Seven-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher broke into Formula One in 1994 when he won his first Driver’s Championship while driving a Benetton B194-8.

Fast forward to 16 years after that historic year and Schumacher’s car is now up for sale at a princely sum of 1.5 million Euros – that’s around $2.08 million. If you have that kind of money and you’re a fan of Formula One, then making this purchase shouldn’t be a problem for you. But if you don’t, well, tough luck.

The famed car also isn’t showing a bit of age as the sixteen year old racer is in spotless condition and even comes with the 3.5-liter Ford-Cosworth ZETEC R air valve V8 engine that powered Schumacher to the championship. So, you ready to part with $2 million to own a piece of auto racing history?


Source: Jameslist

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  (460) posted on 10.18.2010

Wow. Just goes to show how much the cars have changed in the last 15 years

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