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2037 Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport F1 Speed Champions Racecar . This is my LEGO Speed Champions 2037 Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula 1 race car. . The future of racing is efficiency. The car uses such advanced technology as extreme light weight and reduction of friction to an extreme. The chassis is a carbon fiber titanium weave that is 3 microns thick. This material is hydro-formed into the shapes required. The powerplant is a sub-light speed photon projector. This is powered by a mirco battery pack. As there is no direct connection from the powerplant to the wheels, thus the system is 100% efficient. The carbon fiber titanium wheels are surfaced in a proprietary coating that delivers maximum grip with almost infinitely small amounts of friction. The speed of the car is only limited by human endurance and the size of the racing circuits. The good news for us enthusiasts from 2017 is that the most important part of the car is still there... ...the human driver! 2037 marks the return of the human pilot on board the vehicle for FIA F1 racing. Lets not speak ever again of the unfortunate drone F1 years from 2025-2036..... Now back to reality. The car was built from a few dollars of parts ordered from Bricklink. It is as low as possible, with only 1 plate of ground clearance. The car is very sturdy for not being 100% traditionally connected. The bottom longitudinal frame rails are connected traditionally. The side longitudinal frame rails are tightly bricked into place and will not come loose unless parts are removed. It is sturdy, my kids have been driving it around on the floor since I finished taking photos. Here is the bottom of the car showing the connection of the drivers pod and the frame rails.


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