Michael Schumacher winning Scuderia Ferrari F2004 on display at the Autosport International Show at the NEC Birmingham.
Winning 15 F1 races throughout the 2004 season, the F2004 claimed a record-breaking seventh world championship for Michael Schumacher, with teammate Rubens Barrichello finishing the year in second place.
Schumacher also won a single-season record of 13 races, breaking his own record of 11, as Ferrari collected the constructors' championship with ease.
To this day, the F2004 still holds the lap record for seven circuits around the world, including five tracks still used in F1 today. It also took 12 pole positions in 2004.