Sky Sports icon Martin Brundle photobombs snap in chaotic Las Vegas gridwalk

Martin Brundle opted to depart well-known faces with greater than they bargained for because the Sky Sports presenter hilariously photobombed an image throughout his Las Vegas Grand Prix gridwalk.

The F1 hero added his personal aspect to the normally chaotic gridwalk as he was distracted on his lookout for celebrities and drivers by a bunch of individuals taking an image on the monitor, as Brundle upped his personal iconic pre-race antics.

Whilst Brundle wandered across the monitor for the penultimate time this 12 months, he let his internal ideas win as he started folks watching and commentating on these taking photos and selfies on the grid. He stated: “They seem more interested in just enjoying the grid to be honest, don’t they?”

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In a flash, Brundle switched from an observer to hilariously become involved with these posing on the grid. Stopping in his tracks, Brundle stated: “Let me, I’m going to photobomb that, there you go”, as he jumped into the again of the shot unbeknown to these posing.

Brundle’s gridwalks this 12 months have been stuffed with chaos, most notably when he tried to talk to mannequin Cara Delevingne on the British Grand Prix. The former team-mate of Michael Schumacher additionally had a tricky time attempting to pressure phrases out from the Hollywood huge hitters on monitor this weekend.

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Brundle let his internal ideas win as he jumped behind the image

The 64-year-old needed to get blood from a stone while speaking to NBA icon Shaquille O’Neal, who first left him hanging as he posed for photos with the Red Bull mechanics and the Team Principal Christian Horner, earlier than replying “Lewis Hamilton baby” when Brundle was lastly in a position to ask how he was feeling forward of the race.

Brundle was clearly thriving on the present of Las Vegas however the race itself proved to be successful as Max Verstappen overcame a 5 second penalty to say his 18th win of the season in a detailed battle with Ferrari’s pole setter Charles Leclerc and Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez who completed second and third respectively.