Known variously as the prancing horse, the red cars and the red mist, the legend of Ferrari is one of the most potent in F1. They have won 13 World Championships since the Maranello, Italy-based team began competing in 1950, with names like Alberto Ascari, Juan-Manuel Fangio and Niki Lauda wearing the team's red livery. And of course, there is Michael Schumacher, who has overseen Ferrari's period of total domination since 2000. The team have won four Drivers' and Constructors' Championships in a row. This season they easily outstripped McLaren's record haul of 199 points in a season and Schumacher has been, well, damn near perfect. Schumi has had a remarkable career, which has included seven championships. The 35-year-old won his first title in 1994 with Benetton after colliding with his nearest rival Damon Hill. He has turned Ferrari's fortunes around since he joined in 1996. In 1997, he finished second but was disqualified after colliding again, this time with eventual champion Jacques Villeneuve. Since 2000 he has been unbeatable. Rubens Barrichello debuted with Jordan at the 1993 Brazilian Grand Prix and the following season finished a respectable sixth. The Brazilian's career took off in 2000, when he won the German Grand Prix and finished fourth in the Drivers' Championship. The next year he was third, in 2002 second, fourth last year, and is likely to finish runner-up this season following a great win at Monza. The Sao Paolo native plays a key role in supporting Schumacher.