Dario Franchitti, Winner of the 2010 Indy 500 signed my model on the first turn baseplate and gave me an autographed program from the race while my model of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, home of the greatest spectical in racing, was on display at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum.
About this creation
My MOC was placed right in the middle of the Museum adjacent to the Borg Warner Trophy!
Looking down the front straight-a-way... the squiggley lines are the starting drivers autographs for the 2010 Indy 500.
The actual Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum on a snowy December afternoon.
Florence Henderson sings the Nationa Anthem on a beautiful May morning.
Great representation of the track. How many hours of work did you put into this thing, and, how much did it cost to build? I can tell, this thing is priceless to you. Congratulations on making it to Indy. If you got the chance to walk down Gasoline Alley, Congratulations! Keep building!
sounds to me your hard work as paid off! it s real cool to have signatures of real racers on your spectacular moc! i never tire of looking at it! it s so beautiful! do you realize you have two of the best mocs on the planet? excellent!
A.m.a.z.i.n.g! Awesome to see something as detailed and huge as this in a Lego-set kinda style (I can see a few Town sets dotted around too!) rather than it being a super-flash fancy bricks affair. My favourite MOC of the year so far, and I doubt it'll be topped in the 11 months we have to go! Amazing work, love it, and congrats on the signitures! 10/10
I like it
January 24, 2011
cool recreation, I've been there one summer. Check out my stuff. peace out.
Brian you must be sick, I mean even great builders as yourself have to be sick to make a creation as awesome as this! @ Timmy Kid - LOL yeah I agree, the policeman should have a been a third streaker hehehe. ~Thoy