Sergio Perez and Yuki Tsunoda might be comfortable blasting through Suzuka's 130R or Spa's Eau Rouge at more than 300 km/h – but how would they fare behind the wheel of a much slower and more cumbersome mode of transport?
With the return of the Canadian Grand Prix in the hockey-mad city of Montreal, the two drivers took the opportunity to get to grips with an ice hockey Zamboni.
Typically used to clean and smooth the surface of a sheet of ice, the Zamboni is the world's slowest vehicle, with a top speed of just 15 km/h.
Aided by pro hockey defenseman P. K. Subban and snowboard gold medalist Seb Toots, Perez and Tsunoda took to a makeshift circuit for possibly the most unusual time trial they will ever experience.
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