Best Tools presenter Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff has mentioned he’s “completely nice” after an incident involving a three-wheeled motorbike.
The ex-England cricketer, 41, is known to have “run out of runway” at Elvington Airfield close to York whilst filming a race for the motoring display.
He used to be unharmed and didn’t want clinical consideration, the BBC understands.
Flintoff mentioned: “I am completely nice and used to be again filming these days.”
He added: “I am going to nice lengths to ensure I do smartly in Best Tools drag races however in this instance I went a couple of lengths too a ways! It’s going to glance extra ridiculous than unhealthy whilst you see it on TV.”
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Tuesday’s incident came about as Flintoff took phase in a drag race with fellow presenters Paddy McGuinness and Chris Harris.
It happened on the similar airfield the place former Best Tools host Richard Hammond used to be critically injured right through filming in 2006.
Flintoff used to be believed to were riding a motorised trike referred to as a Time Bandit and used to be wearing complete motorbike protecting clothes and crash helmet.
A BBC Studios spokesperson mentioned: “The well being and protection of our presenters and group on Best Tools is paramount.
“As audience of the hot collection may have noticed, Freddie is steadily prepared to get ‘off the crushed monitor’.
“Tuesday’s filming at Elvington Airfield used to be no exception – however he suffered no accidents because of his spontaneous detour, as lovers will see for themselves after we display the collection in complete within the subsequent collection.”