Earlier this year, Sarah Hartley sent a video to McLaren Formula One team of her son, Logan. The four-year old was driving his own version of the MCL34, which was constructed from a cardboard box.
Evidently, McLaren were so impressed and touched that they invited Logan and his family to the McLaren Technology Centre. Once there, the young Logan was treated to a tour of the facilities. In addition to that, they presented Logan with their own version of an F1 car made out of cardboard.
From a living room tweet, to pride of place on the MTC boulevard. 🧡🏁
— McLaren (@McLarenF1) August 7, 2019
The attention to detail on the car was impeccable, from the inclusion of the Halo device, a movable steering wheel and even a cardboard plaque with a description.
The icing on the cake was when Lando Norris tweeted and asked for a go in the cardboard car. In response, a photo of Logan was posted, where he was seen continuing to enjoy the car at home.