WORLD CHAMPION MUSEUM
The Chelsea 1979 World Champion Museum is a project that was born out of a passion and a dream to create a special place bringing together pieces, objects, trophies and clothing that had once belonged to veritable legends of classic and present-day motor racing such as Fernando Alonso, Michael Schumacher, Fangio, Ayrton Senna, Giuseppe Farina, Raikkonen, Jorge Lorenzo, and many more.
The museum is not open to the general public. Only a select group of fans and lovers of the motor racing world can gain entry to this pioneering museum, to immerse themselves in the history and enjoy first-hand the official kit and gear of true racing stars.
Delight in some of the incredible pieces that you’ll find at the Chelsea 1979 World Champion Museum, such as the racing suit that Michael Schumacher was wearing when he won various championships, the steering wheel of the Formula 1 car driven by Ayrton Senna, iconic motorcycles that belonged to great champions such as Jorge Lorenzo, plus plenty of other surprises just awaiting your visit to the museum.