F1 Ferrari car replicated using LEGO bricks

Good news for LEGO admirers, a 1:1 replica of F1 Ferrari car has been created by a 16 member team from LEGO productions in Czech Republic. The replica has been created to celebrate F1 hit in Singapore. It took around six months to design the replica and around ten days to assemble it. So much of time was consumed because LEGO bricks were individually assembled and pasted on a steel frame.

Real Pirelli race tires have been attached to the replica to give it a real look. A steering wheel and a race seat belt are also added in the cockpit where an adult can be accommodated.  The LEGO car measures 5.4 meters in length and the news is that it will be mounted on the back of a commercial vehicle and will make expedition over the island from 22 September to 1 October. Over 200,000 LEGO bricks were used to build the imitation of F1 Ferrari car. To enjoy more details have a look over the images.

Via: BrickFanatics

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