There are a lot of 4-wide scale F1 cars here on MOCpages, and quite honestly, they're all about the same! The problem is that everyone just takes the premade LEGO brand Ferrari F1 sets and change a few pieces around to call it their own. I however don't own any of those sets, so I tried to design an F1 car of my own that's more unique than most of the others you'll find in this scale. Enjoy! Please comment!
About this creation
Side view. notice the clever sideways mounted lever-base used to replicate a racing helmet.
Ooh! That driver is so cool!
Racing slicks! I made some F1 cars with regular Tiny Turbo wheels, but trust me, it just doesn't look right!
Rear view. Spoiler design is credited to Tommy N.
Alternate racing liveries...
2007-2010 Various F1 Racing Liveries;
Front Row: Lotus, Red Bull, Force India, Ferrari, Renault, Honda Back Row: Audi, BMW, Braun, Benetton, McLaren-Mercedes
Wow, that's so cool, definitely one of the best Tiny Turbo scale F1s I've seen. Excellent parts use for the helmet! I may borrow that idea some day for a race car (with credits, of course). Great job! :-))
Thanks for the credit, though it's a widely used design... aww who am I kidding? *takes credit certificate* jk Anyways, I like the alternative colors you added as well & I too as everyone else says, thinks that this is better than TLG's sets of F1's and yes I too agree with you on the fact that a lot of people copy that design, Change the color, and call it their own.
Nice Racecar, Dylan! I like the originality of your F1 compared to all the other ones out there. I especially like the use of the hinge base (4592) as the helmet of the driver. Nice work! Keep building! -Tony