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Lego® Instructions F1 Renault R30

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NO PHYSICAL BRICKS, ONLY DOWNLOADABLE CONTENT
With the purchase of this object you only purchase downloadable PDF instructions and Parts List

Click here to view and copy the parts list

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The F1 Renault R30 as driven by Robert Kubica and Vitaly Petrov in the 2010 F1 season.
It was designed by James Allison, Naoki Tokunaga, Tim Densham, Martin Tolliday, Jarrod Murphy, Mike Elliot and Dirk de Beer.
The R30 was immediately much more competitive than the R29 as the team enjoyed strong finishes in the early part of the season but slowly dropped off a little bit finishing 5th in the constructor’s title.
The team claimed 3 podiums and two fastest laps.
The car is designed so a complete minifig can fit by temporarily removing the tiles on the side of the cockpit. It is also designed to match the speed champions 2020 scale as closely as possible.

Free sticker sheet now available with the instructions! It must be printed on a white vinyl sheet at a 1:1 ratio (do not scale and must be actual size). The sticker sheet will also be made available from https://www.ultimatecollectorstickers.co.uk/

Minifig is NOT included in the instructions or parts list.

PLEASE NOTE: This listing includes instructions only and no bricks will be supplied!
The bricks can be bought from bricklink.com.

To buy the bricks either refer to the guide included in downloadable files on how to import a xml list on bricklink or refer to the parts list if you are planning to buy from any other website.

Unfortunately I don’t accept any refunds or returns but if you have any problems with your purchase please let me know!

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