The Top Gear host was on hand to witness a GAA match in Dingle and drive the Wild Atlantic Way
Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc caused a stir in Kerry over the weekend as they crashed a GAA match and drove their conspicuous cars through the town.
Evans and LeBlanc drove a pair of Rolls Royces thorugh Killarney and Dingle, and there was no shortage of attention as they headed to soak in the scenery on the Wild Atlantic Way.
Both men were very complimentary of the time they'd spent there, with Evans stating that they "had to come and film in Ireland [...] to have one of most beautiful backdrops in the world".
As the journey came to a close, Evans took to Twitter to state that the Wild Atlantic Way was the best road he'd ever driven on, and how beautiful the views were throughout the route.
Best road I've ever driven on. Had no idea it existed. A great great day. pic.twitter.com/HfCVwMWtLK— Chris Evans (@achrisevans) 16 April 2016
It's actually getting better. pic.twitter.com/z3cJsDv8zs— Chris Evans (@achrisevans) 16 April 2016
Rear view pic.twitter.com/kJcnZy7TaE— Chris Evans (@achrisevans) 16 April 2016
LeBlanc was also in attendance, enjoying the good weather and the hospitality in Ireland.
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The only part of the journey which seemed to go a bit awry was the moment when the former Friends star was shown a red card by the referee at the GAA match which himself and the Top Gear crew had crashed. Still, there don't appear to be any hard feelings as a result.