LEGO is back with another full-size replica of a supercar. Trailing behind its McLaren 720s creation is the toy mainstay’s version of Ferrari’s SF70H vehicle. The company recently posted a time-lapse video of its entire construction, showing viewers the meticulous process it took to build the formula one racer from start to finish.
It took LEGO employees approximately 750 hours to create the supercar, which is comprised of a whopping 350,000 plastic bricks — 70,000 more pieces than the McLaren. From the nose cone to the rear wing, watch the team assemble the Ferrari F1 car above.