Clarkson delivers 1,000 beers by tractor to the Alpine F1 team

LONDON, June 12 (Reuters) – Television personality and celebrity farmer Jeremy Clarkson made good on a promise to the Alpine Formula One team on Monday by arriving at the factory in a Lamborghini tractor loaded with 1,000 beers.

Clarkson, the former Top Gear host whose farming documentary series became a hit on Amazon, promised on Twitter that if Esteban Ocon finished on the podium at the Monaco Grand Prix last month, he would buy everyone a pint of his home-brewed beer.

The tweet reached 5.5 million views by Monday.

The Frenchman finished third and was at the Enstone factory as Clarkson literally delivered his words from the back of a trailer.

„Some say he won’t deliver 1,000 beers in a tweet. And he won’t get back on his tractor. We know he’s called @JeremyClarkson,” Alpine said on social media. Britain’s top gear catchphrases.

„Never drink and tweet, because I’ve done it myself here,” Clarkson told the team staff.

Reporting by Alan Baldwin, Editing by Pritha Sarkar

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