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Lego and McLaren announce building challenge

Published on: 22nd May 2015

Lego Speed Champions and McLaren Automotive have announced a competition aimed at teenage and adult Lego builders, under the tagline ‘celebrate the future of McLaren Automotive.’

LEGOSpeedChampions-wordpressLego builders are invited to submit futuristic McLaren road car models to the website ReBrick.com in order to win Lego Speed Champions prizes and a paid trip to the Goodwood Festival of Speed as McLaren Automotive VIP guests.

The competition is open to Lego builders over 16 years of age and international entries are welcome. The building challenge begins 4th May and ends 1st June and a Lego ID and a ReBrick account are required to enter this challenge.

The winner will have their entry displayed on the McLaren Automotive stand at the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed in West Sussex and, with one guest, will be invited to join the McLaren Automotive team at the festival as VIPs for the day on Sunday 28th June. The winner will also take home an assortment of Lego Speed Champions set signed by the designers and a collection of McLaren Automotive merchandise.

Three runners-up will win the chance to have their entry displayed on the McLaren Automotive stand at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. All runners-up will also receive Lego Speed Champions sets signed by the designers and a collection of McLaren Automotive merchandise.

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