Peugeot-21 (Duval, Ortelli, Winefrom), Peugeot/Red Bull-20 (Loeb, Kyvat, Vallorie), and Peugeot-22 (Sarrazzin, Bourdais, TrΓ©luyer)

[For the 100th running of the endurance classic, Peugeot will use a revamped Hybrid4 system that can now give 12 megajoules, and combined with a new twin-turbodiesel V8, the Evo 3 edition of the 908C is looking stronger than ever, or at least strong enough for Peugeot Sport to fight Matra, Ferrari, Mazda, Nissan and Porsche for the title.]

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Yes! I managed to get a screen up just in time for French Friday! Woohoo! Tell me what you think of my build.

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I finally got around to building a LEGO car in Tiny Turbo scale, thanks in large part to Flickr user //PROTOTYP, who dropped his 2015 Le Mans cars just as I was binge-watching both Truth in 24 films and races in Sebring and Le Mans from 2009 onwards.

This is part two in a now 16-part preview for a fictional 100th running of the endurance classic, where 48 (!!!!!!!!!) cars from 16 (!!!!!!!!!) manufacturers tackle the Circuit de La Sarthe and try to outlast each other for 24 hours.

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The plan is to make all 48 cars, both individually and as a team, then pop Bluerender to get them rendered before this year’s Le Mans race. Vignettes, studio shots and on-site shots will come up by then. Oh, and did I mention that I will post instructions for all three come race day?