Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Technic.LEGO.com challenge competition - March challenge

The LEGO Technic Challenge competion theme for the month of March is announced!

Continuing the success from the previous month [1, 2], Off-Road is now the theme.

What to build?
This month (March) the competition is all about Offroading - build a model that can handle going offroad, a master of the terrain that can handle the hardest conditions!
Sand, snow and outdoor environments can be hard on your LEGO® Technic elements, your model does not need to be pictured outside, but must fit into the Off-Road theme.

Previous Winner
The winner for February was meanwhile also voted, and it goes for user shadow.m36 who built a VTOL (Vertical Take-Off and Landing) Plane.
"It is a remote control VTOL plane. an XL motor controls the angle of the propellors and a small motor to power each propellor."

Join the Challenge and continue to the Big Finale in October!


sholto_bateson said...

my model was a jump jet as well and it didnt even get chosen, and mine had a winch, i dont have a hope in the next one as i dont have any power functions remote controlled so im bound to lose when making a car

Vkyo Vacker said...

this challenge is definetly easier than the previous challenge. i'm already planning a 4x4 buggy :D and btw im a kid so i might win :D

JAMS said...


Efferman said...

this month i will be part of the Competition with my rally truck
but no chance to win

RjbsNXT said...

Funny... I've spent the last 3 months on one and I'm expecting to be finished this week or so...

The only problem is that TLG would never sell something of it's size..

Al said...

I had some old pics lying around of a monster truck I made years ago,


it's ok i guess, might as well post that as I really don't have any lego building time this month 8^(.

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