Top Gear's Matt Le Blanc takes on Irish roads
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Top Gear's Matt LeBlanc nervous behind the wheel of the Rolls Royce Dawn
Having been born and bred in the United States, Matt LeBlanc isn't used to Europe's often notoriously narrow roads.
So no wonder the former Friends actor looked rather nervous as he drove a Rolls Royce Dawn through some winding lanes in Ireland on Sunday.
The actor-turned-TV presenter was filming in the scenic mountain roads of Killarney, Co. Kerry, on the famous Ring Of Kerry.
Driving the blue £250,000 convertible, Matt was seen wincing nervously as he passed a Hyundai on the slender roads.
Matt and his Top Gear co-stars have been in Ireland for the past few days shooting the upcoming series of the rejuvenated BBC cap show.
On Saturday, Matt and co-host Chris Evans were spotted filming in the coastal town of Dingle, also in Co. Kerry.
The two men looked friendly and jovial with each other after denying reports last week they weren't getting on.
Last week, The Sun claimed Chris was unhappy with Matt after the American was photographed filming a 'disrespectful' donut stunt at the Cenotaph in London.
Last month. TGI Friday host Chris sought to play down his role in the filming of the sequences, in which Matt and a stunt driver filled Whitehall with smoke and burning rubber by wheel-spinning in the shadow of Britain's main war memorials.
Matt LeBlanc and Top Gear film crew in Ireland. Picture/BBC Worldwide.
The BBC later admitted it knew of plans to film the controversial scenes in central London for six months, after seeking council and police permission to use the streets as a backdrop for its revamped show.
Following a backlash from the public, Chris said: 'On behalf of the Top Gear team and Matt I would like to apologise unreservedly for what these images seem to portray.
'There's been some very incendiary comments involved and written alongside these pictures and I completely understand all this furore. This isn't a shoot I'm particularly involved in.'
Following the report, both Chris and Matt took to Twitter to deny a rift, with the Brit tweeting first: 'Just been on the phone to Matt Le Blanc to confirm we are "at war" as reported in The Sun today. He says, "sure, whatever.." Why I oughta!'
Matt later added: I'm at war with @achrisevans? That's funny, I thought we were pals.'
The pair are just two members of a new presenting line-up of the popular car show following the departure of James May, Richard Hammonds and Jeremy Clarkson after the latter was sacked for hitting a producer.
They will be joined by Rory Reid, Sabine Schmitz, Chris Harris and Eddie Jordan.