Move over Gangnam Style; the world has now shifted its focus to another dance move, and this time Formula 1 drivers could get on the act as well.
The Harlem Shake has flooded across the internet with various versions of the dance, which lasts for about half a minute, with several participants shaking vigorously to the tunes.
“Just saw this 'Harlem shake' business. I like it. Thinking all us F1 drivers should hang back after the drivers meeting & do one! Thoughts??” Daniel Ricciardo mentioned on his Twitter page.
It was an idea that met with positive feedback from the Toro Rosso driver’s 60,000-odd followers.
“Now just need to convince the others!” the Australian tweeted.
IndyCar has already capitalised on the popularity of the Harlem Shake and even released a video starring Josef Newgarden.
And if that wasn’t enough, Red Bull Racing Australia’s V8 Supercars racing team, Triple Eight, too jumped in the bandwagon.