If you have pieces of a car in your living room it could mean one of two things: either Grandma was driving at night again, or you discovered Ledon Racing's clocks, made out of retired Formula One cars that use crazy high-end materials to go as fast as possible. So they're absolutely perfect for impatient people. The guy's day job entails building carbon fiber race car pieces and being a lead mechanic and pit crew member for a leading Le Mans team,
so he just uses whatever's left over when he's assembling things which is how he knows how to get ahold of all the ex-F1 pieces in the first place. This 4.5in clock uses a carbon fiber-backed gear out of a mid-2000s Honda F1 car, and comes with a numbered and laminated card explaining exactly what the part is and where it came from. In this case, the car in question was raced by 2009 World Champion Jenson "Don't-Call-Me-Easy-Even-Though-There's-A-Big-Red-Button-On-The-Side-Of-My-Car" Button. Or, go for this Force India brake component made out of more titanium than a bending unit. Yes, the team's actually called Force India... ... because they're owned by the eccentric Indian billionaire who also owns Kingfisher Airlines, in which Robin Williams is shockingly not even a minority shareholder.