PHOTOS | Tom Cruise celebrates 60th birthday at British Grand Prix

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Tom Cruise and Lewis Hamilton at the British F1 Grand Prix.
Tom Cruise and Lewis Hamilton at the British F1 Grand Prix.
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Tom Cruise spent his 60th birthday on the racetrack.

On Sunday, the Top Gun actor celebrated his milestone birthday at the 2022 British Grand Prix in Silverstone, UK.

Cruise kept it casual during the special outing, wearing a light blue polo shirt, his signature aviator sunglasses, and dark trousers.

The actor was photographed supporting Lewis Hamilton from the Mercedes AMG Petronas team’s camp, and socialising with VIPS at Sunday’s event, including former F1 driver Sir Jackie Stewart; Red Bull driver Sergio Pérez’s father, Antonio Pérez Garibay, and Hamilton’s father and brother, Anthony and Nicolas. 

One of the snaps captured shows a special moment between Antonio, Anthony and Tom as the two dads watched their sons take the podium. 

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Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and Mercedes AMG P
Lewis Hamilton and Tom Cruise during the British F1 Grand Prix.
Anthony Hamilton, Antonio Pérez Garibay and Tom Cr
Anthony Hamilton, Antonio Pérez Garibay and Tom Cruise celebrate at the British F1 Grand Prix.
Anthony Hamilton, Antonio Pérez Garibay and Tom Cr
Anthony Hamilton, Antonio Pérez Garibay and Tom Cruise celebrate at the British F1 Grand Prix.
Tom Cruise applauds at the Podium celebrations dur
Tom Cruise applauds at the Podium celebrations during the British F1 Grand Prix.
Tom Cruise and Sir Jackie Stewart pose for a photo
Tom Cruise and Sir Jackie Stewart pose for a photo on the grid at the British F1 Grand Prix.
Tom Cruise and Nicolas Hamilton, brother of Lewis
Tom Cruise and Nicolas Hamilton, brother of Lewis Hamilton at the British F1 Grand Prix.

While chatting with Martin Brundle for Sky Sports, Cruise did not hesitate to express his support for the British F1 champion when discussing the race on Sunday. 

"Lewis always," he said of who he was supporting. "He's a great friend of mine. I hope he has a great day."

Carlos Sainz won his first-ever Grand Prix for Ferrari, while Sergio came second for Red Bull and Lewis came third for Mercedes.

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