Fernando Alonso was coolness personified as he arrived at a press conference on a skateboard ahead of the Indianapolis 500 event.
The Formula 1 driver appeared relaxed travelling along on the motorised board before speaking to journalists about the build-up to the May 28 race.
McLaren Indy tweeted: “Because Fernando on skateboard at the @IMS is possibly the coolest thing we've ever seen. #AlonsoSkatesIndy.”
"It was good, very positive and productive day," he said. "We did a lot of laps, a lot of learning, some group running, finally with some traffic.
"So, it is information I will sleep on and be a better oval driver tomorrow."
The 35-year-old Spaniard’s is being helped by his experienced Andretti Autosport team-mates, including last year's winner Alexander Rossi and 2014 winner Ryan Hunter-Reay, prepare for the race.
“My teammates were amazing helping me,” Alonso added.
“I was learning every lap, when I follow them, learning what they do, how they attack the next corner or the next lap, how they prepare the overtaking, so, it was very useful and a very productive day.”