Who gets their hair cut the most often?
Jack: We’re both pretty infrequent…I think I’m every three to four months…
George: I’ll say Jack! My mum used to cut my hair when I was younger, she was a hairdresser and having gone my whole childhood not paying for haircuts, it’s just aggro. I think I go every two months.
Who posts the most selfies on Instagram?
Jack: Probably me! Gotta give the people what they want…
George: Jack! That’s a no-brainer…especially because his selfies are so funny.
Who tells the most jokes?
Jack: We don’t really tell jokes, we just laugh at stuff…I’ve got one for you now: I went to the zoo the other day, but it only had one dog. It was a Shih Tzu.
George: [laughs] Okay, I’ll say Jack.
Who best handles the pressure before a race?
Jack: How do you define it?
George: I don’t know! I don’t focus on Jack, and he doesn’t focus on me…
Who’s always first in the queue for lunch?
Jack: Me, because George always gets lunch delivered!
George: On a Friday, lunch usually closes directly after practice so my trainer gets something from Mercedes.
Who can do the most push-ups in one sitting?
Jack: Shall we find out? I did about 75, but that was a while ago.
George: I always do the same reps, but I just make it harder over time! [Jack: We’re looking for a number, George…] I can definitely do 50…
Who has published the most tweets?
Jack: I’ve got 3053. It’s all the Twitter bants I have.
George: I have 1868. Not even close.
Who has the most pairs of jeans?
Jack: I have one pair at a time that I replace when they wear out.
George: Probably me…they gave me a couple of pairs of Tommy Hilfiger jeans
Who is the best dancer?
Jack: I always take the view that you have to back yourself. It’s not about skill, you’ve just got to be confident with it.
George: Definitely not me. I used to be confident, but people would start commenting on it…
This is probably the most one-sided Head to Toe we’ve ever had. Aitken streaks to victories early on – although it’s a close shave in the haircut stakes, his selfies and penchant for the odd joke helps him to open a gap to Russell. With a special lunch package from Mercedes, George rarely bothers the lunch queue, and doesn’t hit the same numbers in the push-up stakes as Jack (although he protests that they’re probably more difficult…). Russell wears the trousers in the jeans round, but Aitken waltzes to victory with his greater confidence on the dance floor.