Michael Schumacher crashes Ferrari F430 Scuderia prototype | Rpmgo.com

Posted on 29-07-2008 by Vlad Balan

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We all know that Michael Schumacher (one the best F1 pilots ever) helped Ferrari several times develop new cars. His experience was very useful to the Ferrari engineers, that made better cars from the Enzo, 599 GTB or the recent California. Last week Ferrari had exclusively reserved the Nürburgring for testing of a Ferrari 430 Scuderia prototype, and our spy photographer on the scene noticed it was Michael Schumacher driving. However, the Ferrari-Schumi cooperation didn’t go well every time. For example, last week, he was testing a Ferrari F430 Scuderia on the Nurburgring track (exclusively reserved for Ferrari for these tests), when Michael lost control of the car at about 250 km/h (155 mph) and the car struck a guardrail causing pretty important damage. Apparently, his co-driver was his son, Mick.

Schumacher’s spokeswoman Sabine Kehm said: “Michael called me and said ‘We have crashed the car but are going to continue with another one”.

Source: WorldCarFans

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