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Renault Sport Formula 1 Team and LEGO have formed a major partnership driven by passion to mark the 40th anniversary of Renault’s involvement in F1.

A full-sized Renault R.S.17 – LEGO

This unique and exclusive creation made of 600,000 LEGO pushes the boundaries of the brand’s creativity even further.

After more than three weeks of painstaking work, the LEGO R.S.17 will take pride of place inside L’Atelier Renault to the delight of F1 and LEGO fans alike. Featuring tyres, a bucket seat and a steering wheel which were actually used on F1 circuits, the car is sure to create a buzz at Renault’s international showcase.

Visitors will be invited to take a seat in the R.S.17 and immortalise the moment with a photograph. As the icing on the cake, L’Atelier Renault has invited Father Christmas to come and share this magical experience during the holidays!

Patrice Baheux – General Manager, L’Atelier Renault

For many people, Formula 1 is a dream-world to which they can only get close thanks to television coverage of races. At Renault Sport Formula One Team, our motto is ‘making the impossible possible’, and we strive to apply this to everything we do. LEGO, a brand familiar to all, has given us an opportunity to open the doors to the exceptional world of F1.

L’Atelier Renault, our brand’s international showcase where passions come to life, orchestrated the operation, which blends creativity and entertainment. We’re very proud of the result!

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