Kimi Raikkonen tried his hand at lawnmower racing as part of the British Grand Prix weekend build up.
Raikkonen has made no secret of his desire to try out other forms of motorsport. The 2007 world champion has already contested two seasons in the WRC, dabbled with NASCAR, and even raced skidoos under the pseudonym 'James Hunt'.
This week Raikkonen revealed he plans to race at Le Mans when he quits F1 in 2016, but it would seem he is already branching out into a very different area of motorsport.
Because the Ferrari ace gave lawnmower racing a try, alongside former F1 drivers Johnny Herbert, Martin Brundle and Anthony Davidson, as part of Sky F1's build up to the British Grand Prix.
Unsurprisingly, the Finn emerged victorious