Watch: Vin Diesel's Cringe Conversation That Made McLaren's Oscar Piastri Uncomfortable

Dom Toretto, played by Vin Diesel, had said, “Ask any racer—any real racer. It doesn’t matter if you win by an inch or a mile. Winning is winning.” While he was talking about pure racing emotions, Vin in real life has only taken with him the first part of the dialogue. Or at least that is what we saw when the Fast and Furious star arrived in the paddock ahead of Miami GP. When he ‘asked’ the racer, Oscar Piastri, about the color choice and scheme of his mini helmet, the reply to which sent Diesel himself into a hysterical frenzy.

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vin Deisel visits Mclaren garage 

Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez paid a visit to the McLaren garage. The drivers Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri engaged with the Fast and Furious franchise's stars. The chats appeared to be amusing for both parties, but one particular video that the Woking-based company posted drew the attention of the fans who criticised the celebrities for venturing into the realm of speeding.

Piastri and diesel share a moment 

The conversational exchange saw Vin holding Oscar Piastri’s mini helmet and asking a question nobody saw coming. He asked, “Bro, do you pick the colors?” and Piastri replied, “Yes, I do pick the colors,” hearing this Vin got super excited and screamed, “You are kidding me!!!!” and in a playful jealous tone screamed, “This is amazing” and turned to the team to say, “You can’t ask him to pick the colors too”.
Credit: Mclaren Instagram

Fans tear apart American celebrities flocking to the Miami GP weekend and they begin with Vin Diesel

Vin Diesel graced the paddock with his presence, visiting the likes of Haas and Alpine drivers who were very happy to have him but in my opinion, the ‘winning interaction’ is the one with Piastri. However, fans already have their claws out as they declare “It’s a bit embarrassing to watch Americans who have ZERO idea about @f1″. Take a look at some of the comments from the Instagram reel posted by McLaren.
“Get out @vindiesel. This is real racing, not a crazy movie!”

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