Freddie Flintoff's stint as host of has not exactly started smoothly, with the presenter crashing his car during filming.
The former cricketer is following the .
However, during filming of an electric car race over the weekend in Mansfield town centre, Flintoff was seen crashing his car through the barriers and into a market stall.
"During filming in Mansfield town centre, which had been closed off to members of the public for health and safety reasons, Freddie’s electric car struck an unmanned, un-stocked market stall," a BBC spokesperson said.
"Neither he nor anyone else was hurt and filming completed as planned."
The mayor of Mansfield took the positives out of the situation, saying (via ): "To know this is the town where Freddie Flintoff drove into a market stall. We should actually name that stall after him – it's going to be such an icon."
We admire her optimism.
It is believed that the scene will air as part of the new series of Top Gear next year.
Flintoff was announced as part of the new line-up of the BBC motoring show late last year, the star speaking of his excitement to get the job.
"It's not often you have the chance to do both of your dream jobs, but I'm now lucky enough to say I will have," he said. "I've always been passionate about cars and I'm so excited to be joining the Top Gear team."
LeBlanc's final series of Top Gear is due to finally premiere later this month on Sunday, February 17 on BBC Two.