I've enjoyed Lego since I was a wee lad, and I've had an interest in Formula One cars for as long as I can remember. Naturally, Lego Formula One cars have always appealed to me. It's likely that if you put every Lego F1 model I've ever made in one room, you'd have somewhere around a hundred of the blasted things. At least eighty of them would look like the work of a five year old, and I bet you can't guess why ; )
I don't play with Lego a LOT anymore, but every now and then I get out the brick tub (or a new set) and I make something for old time's sake. The results of that will be made available for your viewing pleasure. I don't think any of my creations would qualify as "amazing", but I guess you can be the judge of that. I just enjoy the build.
Unfortunately, my somewhat "outdated" Lego collection often prevents me from being able to create whatever I want. I usually end up purchasing a small set (or ordering from Pick-A-Brick) just to acquire the pieces I need to complete a model. I'd really like to create a few large scale replica models, but expect a lot of eight-wide cars instead, as I usually don't have the time or the resources to build something much bigger.