We have to admit, we’ve never seen anything quite like this before.
The photo’s you’re seeing is that of a replica Formula one car. That much is sure. But closer inspection, which in this case, we highly recommend, will show that the car was created out of...bread.

Meet the Formula One car made out of bread
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Yes, bread. You know; those tasty loaves that have become staples of our everyday diet. In an attempt to create the largest race car made from bread, a group of individuals, led by the Culinary Executive Chef from the Royal Plaza on Scotts in Singapore, decided to create something that has never been done before in the history of Formula One racing.

According to our source, Klik.tv, the creators of Formula One bread race car used more than one thousand loaves of bread of about 22 different types. In addition to that, the team also had to use 33 pounds worth of yeast, about 14 liters of water, and 4 pounds of salt, just to turn the car into a ‘bread-winner’.

Now we know the Singapore Grand Prix is set to happen in a month’s time and it probably isn’t a coincidence that these folks decided to turn a month’s worth of bread into a replica of a Formula One race car just in time for the race. The only problem we have with that is whether or not the race car would still be ‘fresh’ by then.

Video after the jump.

Source: Klik TV

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  (806) posted on 04.27.2010

I wonder how many breads were used in order to built this car. Interesting!

  (477) posted on 02.7.2010

It wont be fresh by then. I think that they shouldn’t wait for a month for it. They can give it out and feed it to the hungry. The bread doesn’t look that bad anyways. I wonder if they have coffee as sort of gasoline with it. That will surely do the trick for a hungry dude.

  (428) posted on 01.5.2010

I wonder how much people can eat this bread car and how many days it could take just to finish it all, looks delicious to me.

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