It will be part of the Les Grandes Marques du Monde à Paris auction and Bonhams auctioneers estimate the value at €1.4 – €2 million (£1.2 – £1.75million).
Their statement read: “Bonhams is very pleased to present to the market the 1991 Formula 1 car in which legendary seven-time Formula 1 world champion Michael Schumacher actually achieved the first of the sensational performances of his long career. career, in the very first practice session. preceding its pinnacle class racing debut, at the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix.
“This Jordan-Ford 191 is the true chassis in which the charismatic young German newcomer stunned all onlookers by immediately setting the eighth fastest practice time in the first ‘FP1’ practice session for this race at Spa-Francorchamps.” Since the 1991 season, the car has changed hands several times. It last went on sale in 2021.
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