The unveiling of the new Ford Fiesta was certainly quite the spectacle at the Go Further 2016 event in Cologne, Germany, and the automaker hasn’t forgotten about your little ones either.

Making its debut as well is a new Lego Speed Champions set, featuring the iconic, Ferrari-beating Ford GT40 from the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans, as well as the other more recent Ferrari-beating Ford GT from this year’s edition of the famous endurance race.

According to the company, the new Ford-branded Lego set is “a gift 50 years in the making that could set your child on the path to becoming a racing legend.” Each set comes with both cars, as well as racing driver minifigures, a chequered flag and even a trophy to make it easy to “recreate those history-making victories.”

“Many people in my team grew up with the legend of Ford’s history-making 1966 victory – and experienced the excitement of building and design for the first time through Lego bricks,” said Dave Pericak, global director, Ford Performance.

“This was a dream project – with a lot of pressure. The Ford GT40 is one of the most iconic race cars of all time, and the new Ford GT is just incredible,” said Craig Callum, head of design, Lego Speed Champions.

“Designed for children, but with grown-ups fans in mind too, we know these models will be closely scrutinized for authenticity,” he added, meaning adults can get in on the nostalgia as well.