The millions of Michael Schumacher fans and Formula One lovers have a special reason to celebrate. From Germany comes the news that the museum of Michael Schumacher, the seven-time Formula One world champion and Scuderia Ferrari legend, will be inaugurated on June 16.
In this private museum will be exhibited some important elements of in the career of Michael Schumacher. Among them stand out the presence of the seven F1 cars with which he conquered seven world titles of the Formula 1, helmets, trophies, firesuits, and diverse objects linked to his more than 20 years of career in F1.
The Michael Schumacher museum will be built on a 50,000 m2 site in Cologne, Germany. To be more exact, it will be located where the airport of Butzweilerhof is located, place chosen by the family of the former F1 driver and that is to only 30 km of Kerpen, his birthplace.
But that is not all. Several restaurants, conference rooms and even a hotel will be built next to the Michael Schumacher Museum. Thus, the place will be called the Motorword Koln-Theinland complex. And, as a way of thanking for the support received by the multi-champion of Formula 1, the entrance to the ‘Schumi’ museum will be free.
“It is in the heart’s desire of Michael’s family that all interested fans should get to see Michael’s collection without having to pay an admission charge,” said Schumacher’s manager, Sabine Kehm – “It will enable them to revel in memories and bring those great times back to life again. The location’s proximity to Kerpen, and the passion for motoring that it radiates, were two other excellent reasons for this collaboration.”