The Benetton B191 was the first Benetton raced by Michael Schumacher, in a partnership that woud come to yield two drivers and constructors championships over a five year period.
Schumacher made his F1 debut for Jordan at the 1991 Belgium Grand Prix, but was quickly snapped up by Benetton for the next race in Italy. It was Benetton's technical director, Ross Brawn, who convinced team principle, Flavio Briattore, to sign Schumacher, having been impressed by the German's performance in sports car racing earlier that year. Schumacher and Brawn's pairing would become formiddable, with the pair winning 15 drivers and constructions world championships between the two of them.
‘SCHUMACHER – BENETTON’ is presented as an original 1000mm x 500mm print on aluminium in a limited edition of 25 pieces, signed and numbered by the artist.
All artwork include attachments for fitting the piece to wall.