F1: Schumacher Seen as Ferrari’s Greatest Driver
Michael Schumacher has been voted the greatest Ferrari driver of all-time in a reader poll conducted by F1 Racing Mag, topping the list ahead of Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Raikkonen and Gilles Villeneuve.
To celebrate 70 years of Ferrari, F1 Racing asked its readers and the online forum of FerrariChat to vote for the greatest Ferrari driver of all-time.
To narrow the criteria, the voting was limited to the 38 drivers who have won a world championship grand prix for Ferrari since Y 1950 and the results have been unveiled in this month’s edition of F1 Racing, that went on sale in the UK Thursday, 16 November.
Thousands took part in the online poll and Mr. Schumacher was so popular, he registered over 50% of the entire vote from the global fan-base.
Of the F1 drivers still racing, Fernando Alonso was rated 6th in the list, while current Ferrari racer Sebastian Vettel was 10th and Felipe Massa was ranked 12th.
On 1 of Michael Schumacher’s winning race cars.
Thursday evening at Sotheby’s (NYSE:BID) fine art auction in NYC Michael Schumacher’s Ferrari F2001 that he drove to victory at the 2001 Monaco Grand Prix is the most expensive contemporary F1 car to ever sell at auction, according to Sotheby’s, reaching $7,504,000 after buyer’s commission.
The car was sold at a unconventional venue: an auction hosted by Sotheby’s art division at its Contemporary Art Evening Sale in New York. Preceding the Ferrari’s sale were dozens of pieces of multi-million-dollar art, including works by Jackson Pollack and Andy Warhol.
Notably: it is the 1st time a vintage or classic car was sold as fine art.
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