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{{Character|image=wp_c2_max_1920x1200.jpg|performer=None <small>(English)</small><br>Sebastian Vettel <small>(German version)</small>|appear=''[[Cars 2]]''}}
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{{Character|image = wp_c2_max_1920x1200.jpg|performer = [[Sebastian Vettel]] <small>(German and Italian version)</small>|appear = ''[[Cars 2]]''<br>"[[Cars 4]]"}}[[File:Cars 2 Turntable "Max Schnell"|thumb|right|300px]]'''Max Schnell''' is a character in'' [[Cars 2]]''.
[[Video:Gen16.com_Cars_2_Turntable_model_-_Max_Schnell|thumb|right|300px]]
 
'''Max Schnell''' is a character in'' [[Cars 2]]''.
 
   
 
==''Cars 2''==
 
==''Cars 2''==
 
Max Schnell started as a humble production sedan from Stuttgart, Germany. An avid amateur racer, Max would practice alone in the back roads of the dense Black Forest—a trek that eventually caught the eye of a racing team owner. Soon Max was on a professional circuit, bearing the #4, and as his horsepower increased, he converted himself to carbon fiber, dropping his weight and getting into prime racing shape. He’s won more races at Motorheimring than any other World Torque Champion League car in history. A naturally brilliant engineer, he used logic and analytics to refine his build, and plans to approach the [[World Grand Prix]] in the same perfectly calculated manner.
 
Max Schnell started as a humble production sedan from Stuttgart, Germany. An avid amateur racer, Max would practice alone in the back roads of the dense Black Forest—a trek that eventually caught the eye of a racing team owner. Soon Max was on a professional circuit, bearing the #4, and as his horsepower increased, he converted himself to carbon fiber, dropping his weight and getting into prime racing shape. He’s won more races at Motorheimring than any other World Torque Champion League car in history. A naturally brilliant engineer, he used logic and analytics to refine his build, and plans to approach the [[World Grand Prix]] in the same perfectly calculated manner.
   
Like all World Grand Prix racers, Max Schnell participated to all three races of the competition, as well as to the Radiator Springs Grand Prix. He was first seen at the party in [[Tokyo]], with the other racers. In [[Tokyo]], Max went up to the third position on the dirt section, but started falling behind afterwards. Near the end of the race, he was the third race car to be nearly destroyed by the [[Lemons]]' camera. In [[Porto Corsa]], during the huge crash, he tries to brake before the pile-up, but fails and violently collides into [[Miguel Camino]] and [[Shu Todoroki]]. Soon afterward, [[Raoul ÇaRoule]] and [[Rip Clutchgoneski]] crash into them. However, he apparently got fixed, and raced in [[London]], and then appeared at the [[Radiator Springs]] Grand Prix.
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Like all World Grand Prix racers, Max Schnell participated in all three races of the competition as well as the Radiator Springs Grand Prix. He was first seen at the party in [[Tokyo]] with the other racers. Max's performance in the W.G.P. was really good. Max went up to the third position on the dirt section followed by [[Nigel Gearsley]] in Tokyo, but started falling behind afterwards. And at the beginning of the Tokyo race, he at first took the 1st position. But after time, he was passed by [[Francesco Bernoulli]], [[Lightning McQueen]], [[Carla Veloso]], [[Shu Todoroki]] and [[Jeff Gorvette]]. He was the third race car to be nearly destroyed by the [[Lemons]]' camera, as his engine was blown by the machine near the end of the race. In the [[Porto Corsa]] and [[London]] races, he was seen both times following [[Miguel Camino]] from the 5th to 4th position. During the huge crash in Porto Corsa, he tries to brake before the pile-up. However, he fails and violently collides into Miguel Camino and Shu Todoroki. Soon afterwards, [[Raoul ÇaRoule]] and [[Rip Clutchgoneski]] crash into them. He apparently got fixed and raced in London, and then appeared at the [[Radiator Springs]] Grand Prix.
   
 
==Specifications<ref name="skspec">[http://www.stitchkingdom.com/disney-cars-2-character-stats-tokyo-party-clip-sophia-loren-joins-cast-16423/ ‘Cars 2′ Character Stats, New Tokyo Party Clip and New Still as Sophia Loren Joins International Cast]</ref>==
 
==Specifications<ref name="skspec">[http://www.stitchkingdom.com/disney-cars-2-character-stats-tokyo-party-clip-sophia-loren-joins-cast-16423/ ‘Cars 2′ Character Stats, New Tokyo Party Clip and New Still as Sophia Loren Joins International Cast]</ref>==
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==Sebastian Schnell==
 
==Sebastian Schnell==
[[Video:CARS 2 - Filmclip Sebastian Schnell|thumb|right|300px|Max Schnell voiced by Sebastian Vettel in the German version of ''Cars 2'']]
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[[File:CARS 2 - Filmclip Sebastian Schnell|thumb|right|300px|Max Schnell voiced by Sebastian Vettel in the German version of ''Cars 2'']]In the German version of ''Cars 2'', Max Schnell is renamed Sebastian Schnell, and voiced by [[Sebastian Vettel]]. He replaces [[Jeff Gorvette]] for one scene and becomes the racer who, along with [[Lewis Hamilton (Car)|Lewis Hamilton]], meets Lightning McQueen at the World Grand Prix welcome party.<ref>[http://www.pixarblog.de/cars-2-2011/ein-schillerndes-caraufgebot/ Ein schillerndes CARaufgebot (in German)]</ref><ref>[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ASb9XtNxPc CARS 2 - Filmclip Sebastian Schnell]</ref> Nevertheless, Jeff Gorvette still appears in the races.
In the German version of ''Cars 2'', Max Schnell is renamed Sebastian Schnell, and voiced by [[Wikipedia: Sebastian Vettel|Sebastian Vettel]]. He replaces [[Jeff Gorvette]], and becomes the racer that, along with [[Lewis Hamilton]], meets [[Lightning McQueen]] at the World Grand Prix welcome party. <ref>[http://www.pixarblog.de/cars-2-2011/ein-schillerndes-caraufgebot/ Ein schillerndes CARaufgebot (in German)]</ref><ref>[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ASb9XtNxPc CARS 2 - Filmclip Sebastian Schnell]</ref>
 
   
This is part of a localization of ''Cars 2'' in six countries.
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This is part of a localization of ''Cars 2'' in several countries.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*"Schnell" is a German word meaning "Fast". Max Schnell's name could be translated as "Maximum Speed".
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*Max's name comes from the German phrase ''mach schnell'', which translates as "make it quick."
*Max Schnell has on his hood the inscrption "WTCL", which represents the name of his racing league, the World Torque Champion League. It is an allusion to the WTCC, the World Touring Car Championship. However, Max's design apparents him to the DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters), another type of touring car racing.
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*Max Schnell has on his hood the inscription "WTCL". This represents the name of his racing league, the World Torque Champion League. It is an allusion to the WTCC, the World Touring Car Championship. Max's design, however, apparents him to the DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters), another type of touring car racing.
 
*Max's pit stop crew chief is an Audi TT named [[Otto Bonn]].
 
*Max's pit stop crew chief is an Audi TT named [[Otto Bonn]].
 
*On Max's tires reads "TRU-TREAD - Traction A Temperature A - P215/65R15 89H", a recurring inscription on the tires of many characters of ''Cars 2''.
 
*On Max's tires reads "TRU-TREAD - Traction A Temperature A - P215/65R15 89H", a recurring inscription on the tires of many characters of ''Cars 2''.
*Max Schnell's body was reused for [[Vitaly Petrov]], [[Frosty]], [[Memo Rojas Jr.]], [[Flash]], and [[Long Ge]].
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*Max Schnell's body was reused for [[Vitaly Petrov]], [[Frosty]], [[Memo Rojas, Jr.]], [[Jan Nilsson|Flash]] and [[Long Ge]].
*Although silent in the original verison of ''Cars 2'', Max speaks in ''[[Cars 2: The Video Game]]''.
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*Although silent in the original version of ''Cars 2'', Max speaks in ''[[Cars 2: The Video Game]]''.
*Max Schnell resembles the BMW M3 GTR.
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*Even though he so far does not appear in ''[[Disney Infinity]]'', he is seen on a picture in [[Ramone's House of Body Art]].
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*In the toy line, Max Schnell invites his fellow T-ROC racers to Nurburg, Germany to race on the track there, where he also decks them out with Carbon Fiber elements to make them faster. The cars included in the Carbon Racers line are [[Lightning McQueen]], Max Schnell, [[Raoul Caroule]], [[Miguel Camino]], [[Nigel Gearsley]], and [[Lewis Hamilton]].
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*His make and model is reminiscent of a Mercedes-Benz AMG W204 C-Class DTM Racer.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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Cars-2-Concept-Art-69.jpg|Concept art
 
Cars-2-Concept-Art-69.jpg|Concept art
 
Max Schnell Cars 2.jpg
 
Max Schnell Cars 2.jpg
cars_2_-_szenenbild_03.jpg|Max Schnell with [[Lewis Hamilton]] and [[Lightning McQueen]], as he appears in the German version of ''[[Cars 2]]''
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cars_2_-_szenenbild_03.jpg|Max Schnell with Lewis Hamilton and Lightning McQueen, as he appears in the German version of ''Cars 2''
 
Sebastian_Schnell_.png
 
Sebastian_Schnell_.png
 
MaxRace.png|Max racing in Tokyo
 
MaxRace.png|Max racing in Tokyo
 
MaxExplosion.png|Max catches fire
 
MaxExplosion.png|Max catches fire
830px-Max Schnell Cars 2-1-.png|Max Schnell tries to brake before crashing into [[Miguel Camino]] and [[Shu Todoroki]].
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Max Schnell Cars 2.png|Max Schnell tries to brake before crashing into Miguel Camino and Shu Todoroki.
File:Cars2-2.jpg|Max Schnell in ''[[Cars 2: The Video Game]]''.
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Max2.jpg
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File:Cars2-2.jpg|Max Schnell in ''Cars 2: The Video Game''.
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Schnell_Pitties.PNG|A small sight of one of Schnell's pitties
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
==Die-casts==
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===Die-casts===
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
 
S1-max-schnell.jpg|Max's die-cast
 
S1-max-schnell.jpg|Max's die-cast
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==References==
 
==References==
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[[Category:Cars 2 Characters|Schnell, Max]]
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[[Category:Cars 2 Characters]]

Latest revision as of 13:27, July 4, 2019

Cars 2 Turntable "Max Schnell"

Cars 2 Turntable "Max Schnell"

Max Schnell is a character in Cars 2.

Cars 2Edit

Max Schnell started as a humble production sedan from Stuttgart, Germany. An avid amateur racer, Max would practice alone in the back roads of the dense Black Forest—a trek that eventually caught the eye of a racing team owner. Soon Max was on a professional circuit, bearing the #4, and as his horsepower increased, he converted himself to carbon fiber, dropping his weight and getting into prime racing shape. He’s won more races at Motorheimring than any other World Torque Champion League car in history. A naturally brilliant engineer, he used logic and analytics to refine his build, and plans to approach the World Grand Prix in the same perfectly calculated manner.

Like all World Grand Prix racers, Max Schnell participated in all three races of the competition as well as the Radiator Springs Grand Prix. He was first seen at the party in Tokyo with the other racers. Max's performance in the W.G.P. was really good. Max went up to the third position on the dirt section followed by Nigel Gearsley in Tokyo, but started falling behind afterwards. And at the beginning of the Tokyo race, he at first took the 1st position. But after time, he was passed by Francesco Bernoulli, Lightning McQueen, Carla Veloso, Shu Todoroki and Jeff Gorvette. He was the third race car to be nearly destroyed by the Lemons' camera, as his engine was blown by the machine near the end of the race. In the Porto Corsa and London races, he was seen both times following Miguel Camino from the 5th to 4th position. During the huge crash in Porto Corsa, he tries to brake before the pile-up. However, he fails and violently collides into Miguel Camino and Shu Todoroki. Soon afterwards, Raoul ÇaRoule and Rip Clutchgoneski crash into them. He apparently got fixed and raced in London, and then appeared at the Radiator Springs Grand Prix.

Specifications[1]Edit

  • Top Speed: 160 mph
  • Zero – 60 mph: 3.8 seconds
  • Engine Type: 4.0-liter V-8
  • Horsepower: 470

Sebastian SchnellEdit

CARS 2 - Filmclip Sebastian Schnell

CARS 2 - Filmclip Sebastian Schnell

Max Schnell voiced by Sebastian Vettel in the German version of Cars 2

In the German version of Cars 2, Max Schnell is renamed Sebastian Schnell, and voiced by Sebastian Vettel. He replaces Jeff Gorvette for one scene and becomes the racer who, along with Lewis Hamilton, meets Lightning McQueen at the World Grand Prix welcome party.[2][3] Nevertheless, Jeff Gorvette still appears in the races.

This is part of a localization of Cars 2 in several countries.

TriviaEdit

  • Max's name comes from the German phrase mach schnell, which translates as "make it quick."
  • Max Schnell has on his hood the inscription "WTCL". This represents the name of his racing league, the World Torque Champion League. It is an allusion to the WTCC, the World Touring Car Championship. Max's design, however, apparents him to the DTM (Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters), another type of touring car racing.
  • Max's pit stop crew chief is an Audi TT named Otto Bonn.
  • On Max's tires reads "TRU-TREAD - Traction A Temperature A - P215/65R15 89H", a recurring inscription on the tires of many characters of Cars 2.
  • Max Schnell's body was reused for Vitaly Petrov, Frosty, Memo Rojas, Jr., Flash and Long Ge.
  • Although silent in the original version of Cars 2, Max speaks in Cars 2: The Video Game.
  • Even though he so far does not appear in Disney Infinity, he is seen on a picture in Ramone's House of Body Art.
  • In the toy line, Max Schnell invites his fellow T-ROC racers to Nurburg, Germany to race on the track there, where he also decks them out with Carbon Fiber elements to make them faster. The cars included in the Carbon Racers line are Lightning McQueen, Max Schnell, Raoul Caroule, Miguel Camino, Nigel Gearsley, and Lewis Hamilton.
  • His make and model is reminiscent of a Mercedes-Benz AMG W204 C-Class DTM Racer.

GalleryEdit

Die-castsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ‘Cars 2′ Character Stats, New Tokyo Party Clip and New Still as Sophia Loren Joins International Cast
  2. Ein schillerndes CARaufgebot (in German)
  3. CARS 2 - Filmclip Sebastian Schnell
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