Some days at work are better than others. We know which have been Freiburger’s and Finnegan’s “best day(s) at work ever” (Hint: Almost all of them), but what happens when two professional drivers in very different machines swap jobs? Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 driver Sebastian Vettel swapped his Ferrari 488 GTB seat with Alex Knapton, who drives an ambulance for a living, and the two caned each others’ respective rides on a timed lap. Vettel—whose resume includes four F1 world championships—knows a thing or two about getting the most from any vehicle, but is his driving skill enough to get a top-heavy, and all-around heavy, truck through a racecourse faster than a supercar with six times the power and all the helpful driving aids? Having recently seen the difference between an amateur racer and a professional on track, we’re gonna put money on the flashing lights.