It’d be too easy to suggest that their numbers are equally impressive. Alas, the Ferrari California’s impressive weight and power and technology can’t equal that of Formula 1’s most successful driver. Michael Schumacher is still an employee of Ferrari, and he’s seen in the video below making the case for Ferrari’s new hardtop convertible.
Schumi captured seven championships in Formula 1. Alongside his 154 podium finishes came 91 race wins. In 68 races, Schumacher qualified fastest and took pole position. The car in the video, Ferrari’s next “high-volume” car, makes more than 100 horsepower per litre and will send all 453 horsepower to the rear wheels by way of a 7-speed dual clutch transmission.