The Ford GT and GT40 racing cars that were victorious in the 2016 and 1966 Le Mans 24-hour races respectively are being honoured with Lego versions.
Ford’s two most famous racing sports cars have been designed in collaboration with the Blue Oval’s design and licensing teams.
The GT and GT40 will be available as a set that also includes racing driver figurines, a chequered flag and a winner’s trophy.
The GT40 MkII took first place in the 1966 Le Mans 24 Hours with Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon driving. Half a century later, the GT of Sébastien Bourdais, Joey Hand and Dirk Müller claimed victory in the GTE Pro category at the famous endurance race.
Dave Pericak, global director of Ford Performance, said: “Many people in my team grew up with the legend of Ford’s history-making 1966 victory and experienced the excitement of building and design for the first time through Lego bricks.