Sauber-Mercedes C9, junior test Schumacher, Wendlinger, Frentzen, 1:18 by Norev.
The C9 was able to win all but one race in the 1989 season, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans. During qualifying, the Baldi/Acheson/Brancatelli C9 recorded a speed of 400 km/h (248 mph) on the Mulsanne Straight. The Sauber C9s would go on to finish first, second and fifth in the race. Mercedes driver Jean-Louis Schlesser would end up taking the driver’s championship that season.
The junior test took place in 1990, with Michael performing well and bagging a seat for the 1991 Le Mans race, finishing 5th overall.
Brand new, 1:18 model of the test car, boxed as a limited edition.