The entire Indianapolis 500, rendered in cute lil' LEGO form

Jay Busbee
From The Marbles

OK, this is pretty astonishing: The entire Indy 500 rendered in LEGO. Created by Dr. Brian Darrow, this is an amazing re-creation of the entire Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Comprising 125,000 LEGO bricks, it's 7 feet by 10 feet, features 3,000 little figures, and took six years to construct. It's now on display in the IMS's Hall of Fame museum. Behold:

Now, somebody needs to get to work and make a LEGO Talladega, complete with little LEGO Carl Edwards flying up into a little LEGO fence. Get on it, folks! Season starts in just two months!

(Hat tip: The IMS Official Blog)

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