Ferrari paid warm tribute to their former champion driver Michael Schumacher as he celebrated the 20th anniversary of his Formula One debut at the Belgian Grand Prix.
The 42-year-old German, a seven-times champion, made his first F1 appearance at the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix with the Jordan team.
He won five of his world titles with Ferrari in an unprecedented spell of glory and success between 2000 and 2004 after taking two titles with Benetton.
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says Michael will always be in the hearts of all the men and women who work in Maranello and of all fans of the Prancing Horse.
He says together, Ferrari and Schumacher achieved results that will be difficult to repeat adding Michael's passion for racing is incredible, as is the effort he puts into it, along with the courage and determination he has always demonstrated, which won him the affection of us all.
After 91 wins and 20 years, Schumacher is set to start his 278th Grand Prix this weekend.