Saudi Arabia to build world’s largest Lego F1 race car
Saudi Arabia will launch a world record-breaking attempt to build the largest Lego of a Formula One car ahead of the Kingdom’s first ever F1 race. The process will begin on September 15.
The Saudi Automobile & Motorcycle Federation (SAMF), promoter of the 2021 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, plans to use more than half-a-million Legos to create a replica of an iconic F1 car in Red Sea Mall, Jeddah.
The last brick is aimed be placed on September 23, Saudi’s National Day, when Guinness World Records representatives will be on hand via livestream to record and certify the Lego brick build as the world’s largest.
The record-breaking bid will be in aid of Ehsan – Saudi Arabia’s focal national charity.
SAMF is also offering residents across the Kingdom the chance to participate by purchasing a brick from their website that will be part of the final assembled Lego build, with each donation going directly to Ehsan.
The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix will be held in the Kingdom for the first time from December 3 to 5 on the Jeddah Corniche.