Caption Competition 22: Alonso, Massa and Lego

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Fernando Alonso, Felipe Massa, Lego Ferrari F150??? Italia, Singapore, 2012

Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa got to play with a life-sized Lego F1 car ahead of the build-up to the Singapore Grand Prix.

It took 16 people ten days to assemble the car, based on the last year’s Ferrari F150??? Italia, using hundreds of thousands of Lego pieces.

Earlier this week Ferrari confirmed Massa will remain Alonso’s team mate in 2013.

Can you think of a good caption for the picture above? Post your funniest suggestion in the comments.

As usual a pick of the best will feature in the daily round-up.

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123 comments on Caption Competition 22: Alonso, Massa and Lego

  1. Burnout (@burnout) said on 20th October 2012, 10:30

    Alonso : “Luca, when I said I want the car built around me, this wasn’t what I meant.”

  2. iAbuser (@iabuser) said on 20th October 2012, 10:40

    Alonso: There is a reason why im in the car and your not

  3. ME4ME (@me4me) said on 20th October 2012, 10:44

    “This build is based upon last years car. LEGO didn’t allow the makers to build the F2012, the stepped nose would ruin the marketing purpose of this project.”

  4. mike-e (@mike-e) said on 20th October 2012, 10:49

    Massas car for 2013 as requested by alonso.

  5. mike-e (@mike-e) said on 20th October 2012, 10:50

    Massa: at least the tyers will last longer

  6. charles (@charles) said on 20th October 2012, 10:55

    leggo get the championship

  7. When do Pirelli make their new Lego wheels?

  8. Bob (@bobthevulcan) said on 20th October 2012, 11:23

    Scuderia Ferrari – at the forefront of “exotic materials” research.

  9. GeeMac (@geemac) said on 20th October 2012, 11:28

    The drivers thought it was so lifelike they thought they could hear Murray Walker shouting “Lego, Lego, Lego!”

    That’s a poor effort! :p

  10. Alex (@smallvizier) said on 20th October 2012, 11:29

    On a serious note, I wonder how close that would get to a real F1 car if you put it in a wind tunnel? It’s the right shape but made of the wrong materials (and not entirely smooth)… does that mean it makes twice the drag? Ten times? Almost exactly the same?

    As far as a caption goes:

    “Alonso reveals the secret of the Ferraris’ reliability: an astounding new material as solid as a house, as light as carbon fibre, and as versatile as Play-doh. Yours for just £5 a set at your local Toy-R-Us.”

    • snakebite (@snakebite) said on 20th October 2012, 11:40

      Actually according to an experiment the Mythbusters ran it could even have less drag than the real thing. I say that because F1 cars have enormous amounts of drag and the lego pieces could create a golfball like effect. That is obviously just talking about smooth vs rough surface and not taking into account any unmodeled parts as well as air not getting through the car.

      • davidnotcoulthard said on 20th October 2012, 15:14

        …Except that the pieces have bumps, not holes.

      • andae23 (@andae23) said on 20th October 2012, 18:24

        I think a Lego f1 car would have lower drag than the real thing. That’s because practically all the drag an F1 car generates is induced by the lift it generates (an F1 car actually has a higher drag coefficient than a truck). The lego could reduce the lift, and thus the drag.

  11. I give you Ferrari’s new cost-cutting solution.

  12. the_sigman (@sigman1998) said on 20th October 2012, 11:51

    Alonso: That’s the car for Ferrari’s cartoon ”sintonizzato” (tuned in Italian).

  13. D_Dannyboy (@d_dannyboy) said on 20th October 2012, 11:54

    Massa (grinning): So this is the 2014 car you’ll be sharing with Vettel then

  14. D_Dannyboy (@d_dannyboy) said on 20th October 2012, 11:55

    Alonso: “Felipe do you want to give this lego seat a try?”

  15. JamieFranklinF1 (@jamiefranklinf1) said on 20th October 2012, 11:59

    “Ferrari seemed pretty impressed that someone could build such life-like versions of both Alonso and Massa out of lego and sit them in the F2012.”

    “With Red Bull now cornering the energy drinks market, and doing remarkably well in the pinnacle of motorsport, Ferrari have turned their attention to getting a head-start in the toy industry.”

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