Formula One has always been something we regarded with awe – the driving seems incredibly skilled and the cars more like alien craft than the things we drive.
Well, a team from Puma have gone a long way to demystifying the whole thing for all of us. It turns out that F1 cars are actually made from clothes, and mainly t-shirts. No nuts and bolts, just a lot of neat folding. You might need a wardrobe the size of a barn, however.
If you need any further help, check out the video of the car being made or visit it in the Carnaby Street store. We want to see a swarm of new entries on the grid next season…
(source: Creative Review)