GALLERY: The road cars F1 stars drove to British GP

Wednesday, 11 july 2018, 07:28 , by Matthew Scott

We're all familiar with the race cars that Formula 1's stars drive, but how do the main men get to the track on a race weekend? You can't drive the McLaren MCL33 to the track, it wouldn't get over the speed bumps! Auto Motor und Sport had a look into the cars team members drove to the British Grand Prix in - you'd be surprised at a few!

No surprises for Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas, the Mercedes drivers heading to the track in their company cars, a pair of G-Class vehicles.

Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo also toed the company line, heading to Silverstone in cars supplied by Red Bull's title sponsor Aston Martin.

Sebastian Vettel opted for Alfa Romeo comfort over Ferrari style with his choice of car.

Our first surprise of the day. Fernando Alonso might have had a fleet of McLaren supercars available, but he opted for a rented BMW.

And the recently married Sergio Perez appears to be a man with family on his mind, heading to the track in this spacious Mercedes.

Toro Rosso drivers Brendon Hartley and Pierre Gasly both drive souped-up Honda Civic Type-R beasts to the track.

Now this is just ridiculous. How did Nico Hulkenberg's luggage even get to the track?!

The most expensive car on the lot - this £1million McLaren, driven by none other than the team's boss Zak Brown!

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