Emilia-Romagnese marque Maserati is coming up to its centennial in a few years, and it has been quite a ride. The five founding Maserati brothers shared a passion for racing, a motif apparent throughout much of the company's history. In 2004, the brand proclaimed its return to racing after nearly four decades of absence with a bang: the MC12, a bigger, bolder take on the Enzo Ferrari. Success at the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile Gran Turismo (FIA GT for short) proved the racing variant of the MC12 to be a force to be reckoned with.
A total of 50 road legal cars were made available for purchase (along with another additional five pieces that Maserati kept for themselves), one rather special example of which has turned up on James. This Stradale has been babied by its single owner: a mileage of just 9800 km, €40,000 worth of service and repairs with an inspection from the people over at EDO.
The best part? The driver's door is signed by none other than Michael Schumacher. This very special Maserati MC12 is available for sale on JamesList and currently priced at €671,429. Take a closer look here.