New Zealand paused to prepare for Saturday's friendly with England to try their hand at an F1 pit stop.
The All Blacks visit Twickenham at the weekend after beating Japan in Tokyo, but relaxed relaxed.
They visited the McLaren headquarters in Woking before the collision and had a tire change attempt with one of the F1 cars.
Members of the New Zealand team visited McLaren's headquarters before the clash of England
Joe Moody, Scott Barrett and Angus Ta # avao have tried everything to mount a McLaren F1 car
F1 mechanics need less than three seconds to build a tire at scheduled pit stops
The kiwi stars may not have been the pro's, but they enjoyed themselves
Joe Moody, Scott Barrett and Angus Ta & # 39; avao teamed up to put a tire in the back left of one of the show cars in the workshop.
They were not close to the time the pros needed to change wheels – just three seconds – but the All Blacks looked happy to be away from the rugby field for a short time.
Aaron Smith, Nathan Harris, Ben Smith and Dane Coles were another of the teams, although the first two initially had difficulty removing the old tire.
Ben Smith and Coles looked more relaxed and it was time to put on the new tire. The video posted by McLaren on Twitter showed that the tire could be changed in less than five seconds.
Aaron Smith and Nathan Harris formed a different team and they struggled to remove the old tire
Ben Smith and Dane Coles helped as the new tire was ready to help
The kiwis were keen to pose for photos because they best used touring life in England
ENGLAND AGAINST NEW ZEALAND
Date: Saturday, November 10, 2018
venue: Twickenham Stadium, London
Kicking off: 15:00 (British time)
Referee: Jerome Garces (France)
TV coverage: Live on Sky Sports
But when it comes to the photos, Brodie Retallick and Liam Squire are most likely to look into Formula One careers with All Blacks.
The people in charge quickly swapped their old tires for a new one while the teammates watched them work together.
New Zealand is the favorite who defeated Eddie Jones England in Twickenham on Saturday. However, that does not mean that there are no questions about them as preparations for the next World Cup in September are in Japan.
Brodie Retallick and Liam Squire were a well-matched duo as their teammates watched
They did not waste time getting rid of the used tire and quickly replacing it with a new one
It gave the kiwis a very different experience than in Twickenham
The place of Sony Bill Williams in the center is threatened, assistant coach Ian Foster assured the 33-year-old, however, that his place in the team is initially secured.
"Sonnys had the least rugby, he still finds his top shape and I think that's fair to say," New Zealand coach Foster said.
"I do not think our patience (in Williams) depends on his background, but rather on how we see players training."
Sonny Bill Williams (pictured) will likely be able to hold his own in midfield for the All Blacks on Saturday
"I think that when we look at the physical nature of the game, how they train, things sometimes go very well from the park and it's not as well done as they want in the park.
"Sometimes players are thought to have had a quiet game, but in reality they may not have had too many opportunities to show what they are good for."