They’re cheering for this pizza like it’s the finish line of a race.

But it’s more like an assembly line.

You’re looking at a Margherita pizza that’s 338 feet long.

For comparison’s sake, the length of an entire football field is 360 feet.

Why the need for such a big pizza?

It was all to raise money for firefighters battling the destructive and deadly bushfires in Australia.

Pellegrini’s Italian restaurant in a Sydney suburb was behind the idea – and the oven.

Reuters got video of the whole thing.

You can see the pizza being rolled out in rectangular portions – think just over three feet a piece – and then pieced together with mozzarella cheese and tomato sauce before being baked in a conveyor oven.

The masterpiece took four hours.

Four-thousand slices were served to folks who donated to the New South Wales Rural Fire Service.

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