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Jeremy Clarkson made good on his promise to buy a huge round of 1,000 beers to treat the entire Alpine Formula 1 team after Esteban Ocon's podium finish at last month's Monaco Grand Prix.

The former Top Gear host - who lives nearby Alpine's base in Oxfordshire - vowed to treat the whole F1 team if they could secure a top-three finish at one of the most iconic street circuits.

Jeremy Clarkson made a bet with the F1 team.

"Come on @AlpineF1Team I’ll buy you all a pint if you get a podium here," the 63-year-old tweeted during the race.

On the day, Lewis Hamilton had to settle for fourth place as Ocon managed to keep him at bay.

Fernando Alonso finished second, as Max Verstappen came out on top.

Well, the car enthusiast rocked up to Alpine on Monday (12 June) in his tractor alongside Clarkson’s Farm co-star Kaleb Cooper.

The BWT Alpine F1 Team tweeted: "Some say he wouldn’t deliver on his Tweet to buy 1,000 beers.

"And that he wouldn’t turn up on his tractor. All we know is, he’s called @JeremyClarkson!"

Jeremy Clarkson made good on his promise.

When Clarkson arrived, he was given the microphone and said: “I said I’d buy you all a beer and I’ve brought you all a beer.

“Thank you very much for having us here today, delighted to be giving you this beer because it was a hell of a race, a hell of a result, great fun to watch sitting at home.

“But the person you most want to meet I’m sure is Kaleb, who actually does grow the spring barley just up the road and he is actually here in the back of a chauffeur-driven Bentley.”

He handed out beers to hundreds of employees.

The TV presenter and Chelsea fan then got a tour of the F1 team’s factory, while making a joke about Tottenham's lack of trophies.

After spotting some empty class cabinets, he smugly said: “Tottenham Hotspur’s in the 21st century, and there’s one from the 20th century.”

The TV presenter fan got a tour of the F1 team’s factory.

Commenting on the deed on social media, one person tweeted: "Good Guy makes good on bet. Also, it's amazing how many people it takes to make a Formula 1 team!"

Another added: "This dude is legend…and on the farm show, Caleb is legit. We need more Jeremy!"

While someone else also said: "This needs to be on the last season of Clarkson's Farm."

Also via Twitter, the team thanked him for his promise, writing: "Delivering on his word. Cheers for the beers!"

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@AlpineF1Team

Topics: Clarkson's Farm, Jeremy Clarkson, Sport