He may have had a terrible race at last weekend's British Grand Prix at Silverstone – crashing his car on the fourth corner of the first lap and causing the race to be red-flagged for an hour – but Finnish F1 supremo Kimi Raikkonen proved that he hasn't lost his touch behind the wheel, after winning a recent lawnmower race.
Yes, that's right, it seems when the world's top-flight drivers aren't battling it out in the latest hybrid racing cars, they like to keep their skills sharp with a bit of friendly competition at the lower end of the motorsport hierarchy.
Joining ex-F1 drivers Martin Brundle, Johnny Herbert and Anthony Davidson at an unnamed grass circuit, Kimi – looking a little overdressed in his Ferrari overalls – sets about demolishing the grid in a calculated manner worthy of his 'Iceman' moniker.
Packed with wheel to wheel action – arguably more so than an entire season of F1 – the film makes for entertaining viewing. Kimi even sticks about afterwards to chat to Brundle about his goals for the rest of the GP season.
Click play below to see how a Sunday morning chore can be turned into one of the most exciting spectacles on four wheels.