It may sound a bit like Zippy from Rainbow, but the boffins at Red Bull have managed to get one of their Formula One cars to 'sing' the American national anthem.
The Austrian team managed to rig the engine so it could rev the relevant notes to make up the Star-Spangled Banner.
The stunt was performed by the team's showcar in New York's Liberty Park in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty.
The tuneful performance was to promote the 2013 Grand Prix of America at the Port Imperial Street Circuit in New Jersey.
Formula One returns to the States for the first time in five years in November when the United States Grand Prix gets re-launched on a new track in Austin, Texas before Stateside F1 fans then get to enjoy the two events on the 2013 calendar.