• Mar 25, 2007

Carbon fiber, aluminum...chocolate? Regrettably, this isn't a new development in F1 construction technology, but a motor racing fan's fantasy: a replica Formula One race car, made entirely of chocolate. Incredibly, it wasn't made as a promotional tool for the Belgian Grand Prix, either. A pastry chef from the town of Ibi in the Spanish province of Alicante created this cocoa concoction as a tribute to national hero Fernando Alonso, whom the locals are likely to submit for canonization if he pulls off a third consecutive driver's title this season.

The chocolate McLaren-Mercedes MP4/22 weighs 120 kilograms and measures 220 centimeters long, yet is still capable of accelerating from your plate to your stomach in less than three seconds flat. Just don't expect to be pulling impressive cornering speeds.

[Source: Motorpasion]



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      • 7 Years Ago
      I'll take mine filled with peanut butter.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Haha! I wonder how long this will last
      • 4 Years Ago
      That looks like it could pull my chocolate horse trailers with living quarters if I could just find a chocolate hitch.
      • 7 Years Ago
      he looks like he smelled something funny.
      • 7 Years Ago
      That looks like a lot of work.