A team of 42 builders assembled the to-scale model from 467,854 individual pieces over 5,000 combined hours. That's nine times longer than it takes to produce the real thing.
Though this brick-built beast doesn't boast a mid-mounted, 790-horsepower V8, spectators who are lucky enough to see it at the UK's Goodwood Festival of Speed this July can still climb inside its dihedral doors and push a roof-mounted start button to hear a simulation of the 208-mph car's roar.
Not all of the Lego Senna's components are made from toys. Other design elements include authentic an steering wheel, carbon fiber seat, racing pedals, McLaren badges and real Pirelli tires, plus working infotainment and light systems.