LEGO Racers 8461: Williams F1 Racer
Move over Juan Pablo Montoya and Ralph Schumacher–now everyone can enter the racey world of Williams F1 racing. In the event you revel in serious LEGO building and you are a Formula One fanatic, then the LEGO Racers Williams F1 Team Racer is guaranteed hit. From the instant you open the box you’re immersed within the diesel and testosterone-charged world of Formula One.
The LEGO Williams F1 Racer is a gorgeous, elegant replica of the true Williams car–with thrilling attention to detail. One of the highest elements include working differential gears driving the rear wheels, a V10 engine with moving pistons, authentic independent in-board suspension and, inside the cockpit, an actual working steering wheel driving the front wheels. It will have to be pointed out, on the other hand, that the LEGO engine block is solely fitted onto the automobile relatively than being an inherent a part of the automobile structure as in up to date Formula One cars.
The very delicate front and rear wing pieces are clearly aerodynamically designed for minimum drag. A superior feature is the special air pressure system that by the touch of 1 small lever raises the primary bodywork and air box to permit closer inspection of the inner components of the automobile.
Yet most certainly the most efficient feature is the super wide, low profile Michelin tyres. Fittingly after this type of tyre-dependent season as 2003, LEGO have paid great attention here, including marking with the proper collection of grooves. Tantalisingly, it is very important wait until the very final step before fitting these maximum-grip tyres, but be prepared to be continually drawn to them all over the development.
And LEGO could not ignore the ubiquitous commercial world of Formula One–stickers have been provided for all of the main Williams sponsors, includng HP, Allianz, Castrol, BMW and Michelin to be sure that your final masterpiece bears the logos of all its financial contributors.
The LEGO Williams F1 arrives with a 126-page pictorial manual (no language at all) that may be easy and straightforward. Given the complexity of The general car that is in itself a significant feat. The box itself may be covered with illustrations of the automobile, seen from different angles or showing specific main points of its construction. It is helping to validate your work in progress in addition to giving the feeling that you just determine of a secretive F1 assembly garage, getting ready for the following race.
The general assembled masterpiece is a gorgeous 65 cm long and makes a really perfect collection piece to display in a bedroom or place of job.
This Williams F1 car will take approximately 24 hours to build and even though it’s entirely imaginable to forestall and get started, do bear in mind of the strangely addictive nature of this serious LEGO kit.
The LEGO Williams F1 is highest enjoyed by adults and children aged no less than 11 years. It is a serious toy offering maximum pleasure for large kids. —Hugo Rossignol