Sauber Mercedes C9 test, signed Michael Schumacher
Limited edition 1:18 Sauber Mercedes C9 test at LeCastellet & Jerez circuits in 1990, as driven by Michael Schumacher, Karl Wendlinger and Heinz-Harald Frentzen.
The Sauber C9 (later named the Sauber Mercedes C9 or Mercedes-Benz C9) is a Group C prototype race car introduced in 1987 as a continuation of the partnership between Sauber as a constructor and Mercedes-Benz as an engine builder for the World Sportscar Championship.
With a Le Mans victory in the hands of Jean-Louis Schlesser and Jochen Mass in 1989 under it's belt, several tests were given to alternative drivers. The Sauber C9 proved to have one of the highest top speeds in the history of the competition at Le Mans, eaching 400 km/h (248.0 mph) during the qualifying sessions of the 1989 24 Hours of Le Mans
New boxed model, presented with a hand-signed plaque cased with COA.