Schumacher's 2003 machine went for a little more than $2.0m, a 1997 Ferrari sold for a million, and a single seater from 1983 went for more than $560,000. In total, the auction netted about $50m for Ferrari.
The auction made history by producing the highest ever price for a single Ferrari car. The Le Mans-winning 1962 330 TRI/FM Testa Rosa Spyder (pictured above) was won by an anonymous telephone bidder for an incredible $9.28m -- just shy of the most expensive road car ever, a 1931 Bugatti Typie 41 Royal Sports Coupe that was sold in 1987 for $11m.
Among the other lots were a 2005 steering wheel ($85,000), a 2004 V10 engine ($62,000), an autographed Schumacher helmet ($30,000), a Schumacher racing suit ($28,000), two GP trophies ($14,000), a 2004 engine cover ($12,500) and a 2006 front wing ($6,500).
A racing suit worn by Kimi Raikkonen this season fetched $8,500, meanwhile, and even a set of Massa's under-clothes sold for $775. (GMM)