M Schumacher had a lot to do with the devlopment of handling and driving envelope of the California. A lot of people thought that having Schumi do some press for the car this was just a marketing ploy and damage control to cover up what some judged to be the "least desirable Ferrari of all time - a turkey of a car". Now that FChatters are getting a chance to drive the actual car, we know that the California is no "turkey" at all. Schumi has retired from winning multiple F-1 world championships for Ferrari, true. But in my opinion he is a still great talent at Ferrari.