Racing great's car is expected to bring in an absurd amount of money at auction

You now have the chance to own a piece of Formula One history, but that's only if you have a spare $4 million just sitting around.

If that lead was a little too vague, sorry, we'll try it clear it up.

Remember the Ferrari F1 racecar that Michael Schumacher drove to victory at the 2001 Monaco Grand Prix? You know, the one that sealed his fourth F1 title and Ferrari's 11th constructers' title?

Yes, that Ferrari--chassis no. 211--will be part of The Contemporary Art Evening Auction this November in New York, according to Top Gear.

The car is still fully-functional and Ferrari is offering to store in Maranello. This means the supercar company will transport the car to the track when you feel like taking it for a spin.

All of this is part of Ferrari's 70th anniversary celebrations.

Racing fans know that Michael Schumacher is one of the greatest drivers of all time, which is backed up by his 7 championships, 91 wins, and 155 career podium finishes.

Who wouldn't want to buy the car that helped make Schumacher a racing icon?