We Wish We Had This Homemade Ferrari F1 Car When We Were Kids

This replica Ferrari F2003-GA isn't just a cool homemade model, it's actually driveable too

Is there an F1 fan out there who doesn’t want to drive an F1 car? Our guess is no. Unfortunately for most people buying an actual F1 car is too expensive and although driving experiences do exist, they cost an absolute bomb. The obvious alternative is to build your own, which is exactly what YouTube channel iTry has done.

The build takes the internals from a kids battery-powered Audi and puts them inside a home-built shell of the 2003 Ferrari F2003-GA which Michael Schumacher used to win his sixth world championship.

OK, so it’s a bit wobbly, but that only adds to the charm of it! And props for retaining the authenticity of tobacco advertising on something intended for children…