146 km in diameter, with over 540 km of roads and seating for nearly 4 million spectators, the Drome is one of the largest man-made structures in the world and certainly the most amazing racing arena in human history. Designed entirely by Dromulus himself, the Drome took three years to build, along with 2 billion tons of steel, 6 billion tons of concrete, and enough sheet aluminum to cover a small country.
- There were six teams: H.O.T., R.E.D., Nitro, Zero, Exo Force and Maverick.
- R.E.D. stands for Racing Extreme Design and H.O.T. for High Octane Team.
- There were three online games. One of them was a LEGO Club member-only racing game in which you raced other member's cars based on your car's power-ups and strength. You could race in the city, desert, jungle, and snow zones, each of which had different challenges testing your cars. You would start at Rank E and move your way up until you were Rank A, unlocking new cars and pieces to buy along the way. Each car could equip a chassis, engine, and wheel part, among which were bump missiles, suspension, grass cutters, all-purpose coating, and speed boosts.
- The series had an elaborate storyline, with comics in every instruction booklet, plus two series of online comics & a 4-D movie at LEGOLAND parks.