Ferrari's 2003 championship-winning car has gone under auction for a record amount, selling this week to an unnamed buyer for $14,630,000.
This is almost double the previous record set by the F2001 also driven by Schumacher, which sold for $7,504,000 in 2017.
The F2003 is one of the most successful F1 cars ever built, having been used by Schumacher to clinch his sixth Drivers' World Championship after winning five races. He finished ahead of rival Kimi Raikkonen by just two points.
The seven-time World Champion's son, Mick Schumacher, recently tested the car at the Ferrari circuit in Maranello after it was completely rebuilt by Ferrari's Formula 1 Clienti department.
Video: F1 pit-stops under two seconds are allowed (and THIS is why)
At the Mexico City Grand Prix, McLaren became the first team to complete a sub-two second pit-stop since the introduction of the new F1 pit-stop regulations, changing all four tyres on Daniel Ricciardo's car in 1.98 seconds.
So how did the team do this, and what changes have been made to F1's pit-stop procedure in the last couple of years?