Saudi Arabia breaks record for biggest Lego Formula 1 ahead of national Grand Prix

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In Jeddah, we are preparing like never before for the arrival of Formula 1 next December. The Grand Prix is ​​going to be experienced as a national event and the celebrations have already started.

On September 23, a national holiday, a Formula 1 built in Lego was unveiled at the Red Sea Mall in Jeddah. But we are not talking to you about a small car for children. Oh no, this brick-based replica is on a human scale. In fact, this is the biggest Lego replica ever.

The previous record was held by Ferrari which, in 2019, had assembled 300,000 parts in a reproduction of Formula 1.

Little players! Here, the Automobile Federation is responsible for recruiting the best Lego handlers to assemble 500,000 pieces!

The Guinness Book of Records has obviously validated this incredible record before the eyes of the President of the Saudi Federation, Prince Khalid bin Sultan Al-Abdullah Al-Faisal.

A night Grand Prix

In the streets of Jeddah, facing the Red Sea, the Grand Prix will be held at night. It was to be the second after Singapore but the latter having been canceled, the Saudi Arabian GP will take on this role alone. A pleasure for the fans.

Clement Fauriel

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