GRAND Tour presenters Richard Hammond and James May stopped to refuel during a petrol hire nearby Silverstone where they “bumped into” British Grand Prix personality Sebastian Vettel.
Motorists were repelled to event opposite a contingent who were filming for a presenters’ automobile website DriveTribe.
While May arrived in a Ferrari 458, Hammond had an aged Opel Kadett towed from his Herefordshire home so that he didn’t have to continue pushing it all a approach during a max speed of 45mph.
The former Top Gear hosts were recording a shred to find out that automobile is best.
Judging from a images, May’s 480-horsepower automobile looks to have unsurprisingly won a challenge.
Vettel, meanwhile, took a time to pronounce to a crowds that had collected during a Towcester Shell petrol station.
Meanwhile, The Grand Tour is behind for a third deteriorate after this year on Amazon Prime, and has been speckled filming in mixed locations including Detroit.
Fellow presenter Jeremy Clarkson has also been held posing as a trade supervisor in London for a arriving show.
Amazon sealed adult a contingent in 2015 for £130million after a Top Gear group left a BBC.
Season dual featured 14 opposite countries and £11million value of cars.
Vettel took a checkered dwindle on Sunday, following an action-packed competition that saw British favourite Lewis Hamilton shunted by Ferrari motorist Kimi Raikkonen.
The German now leads a motorist standings by 8 points forward of Hamilton.
The subsequent competition during a Hockenheimring on Jul 22 will be on home dirt for a championship leader.