Michael Schumacher Helmet First Formula 1 GP Victory Spa 1992 1/2
without display case
limited to 1.992 pieces
Formula 1 season 1992
official Michael Schumacher product
On 30.08.1992 the Belgian GP took place in Spa-Francorchamps. Schumacher had previously experienced a third place on the grid in qualifying.
One year after his Formula 1 debut at the same place, it was to become legendary again in 1992. Many laps after the start, this Formula 1 race was led by Senna and Mansell. On the 30th lap, Brundle exerted great pressure behind Michael. His fogged visor caused him to miss the turn - and Brundle got past.
Chasing Brundle, Schumacher realised that Brundle's tyres were worn and already blistering. Schumacher immediately had his tyres changed in the pits - the best decision. Michael Schumacher made it to first place and was able to win the Grand Prix after 44 laps. "It was a curious story because I took the victory thanks to a mistake," said Michael Schumacher.
To celebrate this historic victory, Michael Schumacher's helmet from back then is now being reissued in a reduced scale and in a special edition.
The miniature helmet from the manufacturer Bell was produced in a limited edition of 1,992 pieces. It is an exclusive edition that is appearing for the first time in this form and is unparalleled. The paintwork combines the personal Michael Schumacher design in blue and white with the colours of the German flag in black/red/gold.