The actively dynamic chassis keeps all four wheels on the ground even when cornering at high speed while the powerful brakes provide huge reserves and guarantee a shorter braking path than any car. This enormous safety potential generates confidence and increases driving pleasure.
This impressive Iveco motorhome was custom built for Scuderia Ferrari in 1992 for the European F1 Grand Prix race seasons and then for the test from 1998 to 2005.
During this period it was the “home” for the five time Drivers World Champion, Michael Schumacher. It ended its Motorhome usage in Ferrari with Corse Clienti in 2009 and then from 2011 to 2017 it was used by DHL as official support offices during all the European Formula 1 Grand Prix.
In its first configuration it included the office of Mr Jean Todt (the Managing Director and Team Manager of Scuderia Ferrari at that time), his meeting room and an area dedicated to the drivers.
For the refurbishment in 1998, Mr Todt’s office was replaced with a “relaxation area” for the Scuderia Ferrari Drivers where they could prepare for the test sessions and conduct exclusive interviews (photo reportage with Michael Schumacher for Vanity Fair in 2001, TIME and other magazines).
The Motorhome comes with two separate apartments with independent access; One from the main door placed in the middle of the coach and other in the front. There is a separate compartment accessible from the front. The Motorhome has still it’s original number plate MO (for Modena) and comes with all it’s files and documentation.
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