Michael Schumacher finished second to McLaren's Mika Haikkinen in the 1998 F1 World Championship. While Schumacher didn't take home the trophy, the season was a harbinger of things to come — the thrilling rivalry between McLaren and Ferrari, and the establishment of Schumacher as one of the all-time greatest drivers in racing history. The purest expression of Ferrari's passion for automobiles is their racing cars, and this F300 was the car driven by Schumacher in that breakout 1998 season. The V10 era was one of the best in F1 history, and the F300 is powered by a 2996cc, 80-degree V10 making 805 horsepower at a screaming 17,300 RPM — the world will never see an engine like this again — in a package that weighs just over 1,300 pounds. The car was driven to victories by Schumacher in Canadian and British GPs.