The Michael Schumacher Ferrari 412 T2 Test Fiorano 1995 model in 1/43rd scale.
In November 1995, the then newly crowned 2-time Formula 1 World Champion Michael Schumacher switched from the Benetton Renault Team to Scuderia Ferrari. For the Ferrari team, which was reorganising itself after a 10-year unsuccessful lean period, the signing of Schumacher was a real stroke of luck.
Immediately after the team change, Schumacher asked for a test cycle in his new company car, the Ferrari 412 T2, on the in-house test track in Fiorano, Italy. And the home team immediately noticed that a new wind was blowing into the team with Schumacher. For example, after the first test drives, the track in Fiorano had to be partially modified to meet Schumacher's ideas.
The changes paid off: at the first official tests for the 1996 Formula 1 season, Schumacher immediately set new records in the Ferrari - a first glimmer of the new glamour that Schumacher brought to the Scuderia and crowned with a total of five world championship titles.
Test Fiorano, Italy
Ferrari 412 T2
Formula 1 Season 1995/1996
The model with driver figure from the manufacturer Ixo comes in an exclusive Collector Edition box in "World Champion" design. It was produced in the usual high Ixo quality and reflects the original in the best possible way.