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Ferrari said they want to celebrate the most successful driver ever.

Michael Schumacher exhibition to be unveiled in early 2019 at Ferrari museum

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A Michael Schumacher exhibition will be unveiled in early 2019 to celebrate his 50th birthday.

The most successful Formula 1 star in history will have his illustrious career celebrated in the Ferrari museum on January 3, which is based in Maranello, Italy.

Ferrari, who Schumacher joined in 1996, want to acknowledge the success of “the most successful Prancing Horse driver ever” in their museum.

After joining in 1996, five years after his debut in Formula 1, he went on to win five straight world championship titles from 2000-2004.

In total, he has seven world championship titles, with the two other titles coming in 1994 and 1995.

Additionally, the German narrowly missed out on winning five more titles, when he finished second or third at the end of each season.

To this day, Schumacher remains the most successful Formula 1 driver in history. He has 91 race wins altogether, something nobody has matched or eclipsed.

Ferrari also went on to say: “The Museum’s rooms will look back over the memorable seasons that the seven-time World Champion gifted to all Ferraristi, and that created a legend now bigger than ever in the hearts of all fans.”

Since Schumacher’s horrendous skiing incident which happened five years ago this month, he and his family have insisted on secrecy about his current condition.

seven times drivers champion and Ferrari

He is said to be receiving special care each day in his home in Switzerland after he recovered from a long-induced coma, but very few people know how much the accident has affected him and whether he is able to speak or walk.

However, his son Mick Schumacher, who is just 19 years old, is continuing to represent the Schumacher name.

He has been impressive in Formula 3, winning the European Formula 3 title last season, and seemingly has a bright future ahead of him.

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