Jeremy Clarkson makes good on his Monaco Grand Prix promise to Alpine

A High Gear host all the time pays his Method 1 money owed.

We should always clarify.

One of many greatest storylines from the Monaco Grand Prix this season — past Max Verstappen profitable and extra heartbreak for hometown hero Charles Leclerc — was the gorgeous third-place end from Alpine driver Esteban Ocon. It was the primary podium of the season for each Ocon and Alpine, and it was Ocon’s first podium since his shock win within the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix.

As Ocon closed in on his third-place end, High Gear host Jeremy Clarkson took to social media with a promise:

Properly on Monday, it was time for Clarkson to pay up. The High Gear host arrived at Alpine’s Enstone manufacturing unit on his huge Lamborghini tractor, and with a trailer filled with his personal Hawkstone Beer on the prepared:

Clarkson launched Hawkstone again in 2021, shortly after the host bought a farm in Chipping Norton, which is positioned close to Alpine’s manufacturing unit in Enstone. Clarkson renamed the farm Diddly Squat Farm shortly after the acquisition.

The farm was the topic of an Amazon present, Clarkson’s Farm, which debuted in 2021 and adopted his journey operating the 1,000-acre farm.

However on Monday, it was all about Alpine, and Clarkson making good on his promise:

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