One month and 150 000 LEGO parts were used for this epic recreation.
The Honda team, together with Lego specialists, recreated in detail the famous Australian Mount Panorama race track with the help of a LEGO parts. The project, called “Mount Hondarama” took more than 650 hours and 150,000 LEGO parts.
The detailed project includes the track itself, well-known Honda models from several generations, motorcycles, a car dealership, a service center, as well as Formula 1 and HondaJet cars. In addition, the designers recreated in detail the stands, fans, a pedestal and even medical staff, firefighters and a police officer. But the main design feature is the RC cars made of LEGO, with which you can arrange real races on the track.
The whole structure weighs 210 kilograms. Its length is 3300 millimetres, and its width is 1800 millimetres.
The construction of the toy track involved eight people who spent more than 650 hours and 150,000 LEGO parts on it. According to the creators, the main difficulty in the construction of the track was to create conditions for the dynamic movement of toy cars.
The main circuit of Australia - Mount Panorama - has existed since 1938 and is a six-kilometre track. Its feature is a huge height difference, which is 174 meters. For the dizzying hikes and abrupt descents, the Australian highway was named "Blue Hell" (by analogy with the German "Green Hell" - Nurburgring).