Lewis Hamilton swapped the track for the sky as the McLaren Mercedes driver enjoyed a training and flying session with Red Arrows ahead of this weekend's Formula 1 British Grand Prix.
Hamilton experienced a 30-minute flying session in Lincolnshire ahead of his bid for a second British Grand Prix victory.
"I was determined not to puke," Hamilton said. "I didn't but I felt very ill after the first run. We did loops, back turns, tunnel turns and rolls. The next time we went out I felt better but I nearly passed out because of the G-forces. They let me fly for a bit. I was c******g myself, hoping I didn't crash."
The build-up to Sunday's race has been overshadowed by the "Testgate" controversy, while Marc Webber yesterday announced he will quit Red Bull at the end of the season.
Former world champion Hamilton has not won at Silverstone since 2008. Webber has won two of the last three races at the legendary British track.