Legos are big goes to the artists across the globe who give form to their imagination using the plastic bricks. However, out of the thousands of creations, a few remain in your mind as young as ever. Here is one creation that will surely make a mark in your mind for reasons being many. This meticulously crafted 1:1 F1 car is made to the details and Lego bricks are cleanly put one over the other to make the coherent whole of this art car that seems to conquer any other similar creation on F1 track.
Created by a team of 16 people from LEGO Productions in the Czech Republic to celebrate F1 event at Singapore, the car is a labor of love and took over six months to design, plan and 10 days to assemble it. Lego bricks are individually assembled and glued on the steel frame that stands on real Pirelli race tires. With a race seat belt with steering wheel, the F1 Lego car comfortably seats one adult in its cockpit. The F1 Lego car measures 5.4 meters in length and is made of more than 200,000 plastic bricks. The Lego art car will be uploaded on a commercial vehicle and tour the island from September 22 to October 1, 2012.