It’s been one-way traffic for England so far in their Six Nations Championship campaign, with a total of 10 tries being scored in wins against Wales and Italy. However, the players faced a different challenge at the Land Rover Experience at Longcross. They took some time out from training, got behind the wheel and took on tasks such as the ice mat and blindfold driving.
The day had a competitive edge, with the final event being the train line challenge. A team featuring stars such as Ben Youngs and Toby Flood took on another side that featured players Chris Ashton, Ben Youngs, Toby Flood, James Haskell and manager Martin Johnson taking part in activities such as the ice mat, blindfold driving, articulated truck reversing and the train line challenge.
So who finished first? Or was driving the real winner? Watch the video to find out.
This video features the England Rugby Union team taking on the Land Rover Challenge. See the video on LROTV click here for LROTV