Two legendary Formula 1 drivers meet in Cyprus

TRNC (IGFA) – Two legendary Formula 1 drivers who made the championships they lived in and the car brands they competed in iconic in their time, the German Michael Schumacher and the Brazilian Ayrton Senna met at the Cyprus Automobile Museum among equally legendary sports cars!

Schumacher and Senna await their visitors with their hyper-realistic silicone sculptures, signed by Kazakh artist Talgat Duishebayev, realistic enough to make you feel chatty when you walk past them, and will now accompany you as you explore special vehicles at the Cyprus Automobile Museum. .


After winning championships with Ford in 1994 and Renault in 1995, consecutive world championships with Ferrari between 2000 and 2004 rightfully established Schumacher as one of Formula One’s most memorable icons.

Senna, who won three world championships and died in a 1994 crash in a race he was leading, is considered by many who have had the opportunity to watch him to be the best F1 driver of all time.

Legendary drivers, as befits them, are in the gallery of the Cyprus Automobile Museum, where they exhibit their legendary sports cars.

In the direction of Schumacher and Senna’s faces, they are met by a 1979 Ferrari 308 GTS hanging on the wall of the museum.

Apart from Jaguar, it is the first production car to break the 300 km speed limit; In the hall where the pilots take part, you can see many legendary sports cars, such as Lamborghini Murcielago Roadster, Dodge Viper SRT10 Final Edition, FORD GT40. In the main hall of the museum, in addition to important examples of automotive history such as the 1901 Crestmobile, 1903 Wolseley and 1909 Buick; The 1918 Ford Runabout T and the 1930 Willys Overland Whippet Deluxe, the 1964 Dodge Dart, the 1970 Ford Escort Mk1 RS 1970—many of the most iconic cars of their era meet under the same roof.

You can see Michael Schumacher and Ayrton Senna as well as over 150 classic cars at the Cyprus Car Museum, which is open to visitors every day of the week.

Citizens of the TRNC, all students studying in Middle Eastern educational institutions and all those working in educational institutions can visit the Cyprus Automobile Museum, as well as the Cyprus Museum of Modern Art, the Cyprus Herbarium and Natural History Museum, as well as the Surlarici City Museum, free of charge. . In addition, students studying in the TRNC and persons under the age of 18 who are TRNC tourists can visit all museums with a 50% discount.

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