While Formula 1 drivers are pretty serious when it comes to competing on the track, they still know how to have a bit of fun from time to time. That’s exactly what Red Bull Racing’s Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen spent their time doing ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix in July.

Armed with two examples of the Aston Martin Vanquish Volante, the pair proceed to hold a “race” around the circuit, all the while towing caravans weighing 400 kg each. As these are F1 drivers we’re talking about, each caravan featured the liveries of each driver, and they are fitted with Pirelli slick tyres for maximum performance.

Of course, expecting some civility is impossible here, and pretty soon, everything goes awry with wheelie-popping caravans, missing body panels and a whole lot of goofing about. Who wins? We doubt that really matters at all.

Aside from fooling around with caravans, Red Bull Racing’s association with Aston Martin also involves the development of the new Valkyrie hypercar (previously known as the AM-RB 001). Said to be powered by a 6.5 litre naturally-aspirated V12, it certainly would be interesting to see how it fares in caravan-towing racing.