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Video: Perez and Tsunoda take on world's slowest time trial challenge!

Sergio Perez and Yuki Tsunoda prepared for the Canadian Grand Prix by getting behind the wheel of some vehicles very different to their F1 cars.

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.

Check out the full video below!

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