Will Smith Holds Lewis Hamilton 'Hostage' Before Grand Prix
Hamilton - who secured a comfortable win at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and a win to end the season- posted a hilarious video on Twitter in which he's duct-taped to a chair while Smith films the pair saying it's his 'time to drive'.
He say's: "Lewis I'm sorry. Look, this is the deal, this is a once in a life time opportunity for me man - you already won man! Just save something for other people, save some stuff for other people. Listen, you black, I'm black, ain't nobody gonna know the difference.
"I got this, I'm sorry Lewis," he adds as he runs off screen all while Hamilton is shouting: "You better win man."
The video has been loved by fans who have be laughing at the joke exchange between the pair.
The duo's bromance has been building for a while as they've been passing messages back and forth on social media.
Most recently when the F1 driver won the championship in Mexico City, a pre-recorded message from Smith was played over his radio channel which said: "Hey Lewis, congrats man! That's how you do it, baby! Just like I taught you! That's how, that's how you do it! Just like that! That's how you are supposed to drive!"
Even with all the joking the former Fresh Prince Of Bel Air star was speaking on the drivers' parade around the Yas Marina circuit before Hamilton's race and told Sky Sports: "Lewis and I have been talking about this for five years since the Monte Carlo Grand Prix - the first time we ever met.
"I'm so proud to support my man here - the world champ. Lewis has granted an old man a wish."
Smith has been doing a series of exciting and daredevil-like stunts to mark the year of his 50th birthday - along with wanting to have his shot at being an F1 driver he's recently been sky diving and completed a half-marathon in Cuba.
He said to ESPN: "I'm literally celebrating every day... I'm doing everything that I wanted to do this year and watching you walk away as world champ is definitely on my bucket list."
They may not have the same caliber of Hollywood bromance as the likes of Kevin Hart and The Rock, or Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman, but with the way these two are going we're pretty excited to see where they take it next.
Featured Image Credit: Lewis Hamilton/Twitter