Formula 1’s latest Grand Prix winner, Lando Norris ran into a spot of bother when his nearly two million euro Lamborghini Miura stalled in the streets of Monte-Carlo.

The 24 year-old McLaren driver had to enlist the help of bystanders to get his 58 year-old motor going again, a witness told The Sun; “He turned out into the road, the engine started whirring and just shut off, so he had to turn it off. He shouted over to a police officer, who asked four or five lads to help him push the car so it could get a running start. He was stopped for about five minutes and took the whole thing in his stride.”

“The guys were happy to help as they were huge fans, got to have a look at the car, and even had a laugh at Lando’s expense,” said the same tipster to the British publication, quipping that “they can now say they’ve been part of an F1 pit crew.”

Having won his first ever F1 GP in Miami on Sunday, May 5, Norris is already back with his regular pit crew in Imola, Italy, ahead of the Emilia-Romagna GP on Sunday, May 19.