Top Gear presenter Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff has said he is "absolutely fine" after an incident involving a three-wheeled motorcycle.
The ex-England cricketer, 41, is understood to have "run out of runway" at Elvington Airfield near York while filming a race for the hit car show.
He was unhurt and did not need medical attention, the BBC has confirmed.
Mr Flintoff said: "I'm absolutely fine and was back filming today.
"I go to great lengths to make sure I do well in Top Gear drag races but on this occasion I went a few lengths too far.
"It will look more ridiculous than dangerous when you see it on TV."
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It is not the first time Mr Flintoff has crashed during Top Gear filming, with the host dramatically crashing through a Mansfield market stall in February.
The former cricketer was filming a 'Le Mans-field' race around the town centre for the show's most recent series when the incident happened - delaying proceedings for about an hour.
After seemingly misjudging a bend he smashed a customised mid-90s Subaru MV pickup truck straight through a buffer of straw bales and into an empty stall.
A witness, who captured the footage, said: "Reactions were mixed. Some people laughed, others were in a slight shock."
Following the Mansfield crash, he said: "We're here filming for Top Gear, and I'll tell you what, Mansfield has been so accommodating.
"Everyone looked after us. There's signs everywhere saying 'Visit Mansfield' so go and have a look - it's lovely.
"If the council don't put a blue plaque up in part of the market for my crash, I'm going to be very upset!"