Formula One ace Lewis Hamilton will be making a comeback to the popular BBC Two show Top Gear in an attempt to improve his test track time.
The Mercedes driver, who had graced the TV show in 2007, will be aiming to remove valuable tenths of a second from his previous run in the show so that he can become the fastest driver on the circuit, the Daily Mail reports.
He will take to the reasonably priced car track in the Suzuki Liana with the aim of beating the fastest F1 driver Sebastian Vettel who managed 1 min 44.0 secs, the report adds.
Hamilton had a run of 1 min 44.7 secs duration on a wet track during the last time he appeared in Top Gear.
Other F1 stars who have registered faster spins were Rubens Barrichello with 1:44.3 and Nigel Mansell on 1:44.6. (ANI)