Motoring mischief mini-mes prove boys will be boys!

Mini-mes of Jeremy Clarkson and Chris Evans were up to mischief on Honda UK's stand at Goodwood Fest

Mini-mes of Jeremy Clarkson and Chris Evans were up to mischief on Honda UK's stand at Goodwood Festival of Speed. - Credit: Honda

Honda UK hosted the biggest motoring showdown at Goodwood Festival of Speed, since the heady F1 days of Senna vs Prost.

Mini-mes of Jeremy Clarkson and Chris Evans, two poster boys for the biggest rivalling motoring shows in the world, went head to head on Honda UK's life-size version of the iconic Fisher Price style garage.

Clarkson and Evans's motoring battle reached new levels of silliness as the duo clashed in what has clearly become a tit-for-tat profile-raising battle between BBC's Top Gear and Amazon Prime's The Grand Tour TV motoring shows.

In comical lip service to the pair's childlike antics, the young lookalikes raced each other on the Fisher Price-inspired garage, brawled and wrestled for control of Honda's British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) race car, sabotaged each other's vehicles and even caused carnage to unsuspecting members of the public while they were viewing the latest Honda range.

As rivalry finally reached the boil, the sour-looking Clarkson and entertainer Evans were spotted smirking at the level of destruction handed to the other.


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