Legoland California launches Ferrari Build and Race attraction

Saturday, 14 May, 2022 0

LEGOLAND California Resort has debuted its newest attraction, LEGO Ferrari Build and Race.

Capitalizing on the popularity of Formula 1 racing (with viewership up 56% compared to 2020), the new attraction puts visitors in the driver’s seat with cutting-edge digital technology.

“On the heels of Miami’s Grand Prix, we know what a thrill the Formula 1 races can be, and we’re excited to give our guests a taste of that experience,” said President of LEGOLAND California Resort Kurt Stocks.

The centerpiece of the opening was a life-size, bright red Ferrari F40 model developed by the LEGO Group, the only model of its kind in the world.

The LEGO model took a team of master model builders more than 3,800 hours and more than 350,000 LEGO elements to create.

It stands at 14 feet long, 4 feet tall, and weighs more than 3,000 lbs.

Guests can sit in the full-scale Ferrari F40 model and have their photos taken.

LEGO Ferrari Build and Race lets guests build, test, and race their very own LEGO Ferrari.

A fully customizable experience, guests can digitally modify their LEGO car down to its engine size, tire specs, power, and aerodynamics, plus personalize the license plate.



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