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Life-Size Lego Ferrari F1 Car

Alonso and Massa Present The Model

Toni Avery
Mar 14, 2013

Felipe Massa and Fernando Alonso unveiled a life-size model of their Formula 1 Ferrari on the eve of the first F1 race of 2013 in Melbourne, Australia.

The model was made completely from Lego bricks but uses real Pirelli race tires. It also has a seat for a human driver and an exact Lego replica of the steering wheel.

For those who can't fit a life-size Formula 1 car into their living rooms, selected Shell gas stations will sell a limited-edition collection of Ferrari models including the 250 GT Berlinetta, F40, FXX and 458 Italia from March 18.

By Toni Avery
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