When attending the 2023 sports event, the ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ actor can also be seen trying his hand at changing tires as a part of Lewis Hamilton’s pit crew.
AceShowbiz –Tom Cruise mingled with Vin Diesel and Ludacris at a prominent sports event. On Sunday, May 7, the “Top Gun: Maverick” actor attended the inaugural Formula One Miami Grand Prix, and was spotted posing for a picture together with the “Fast X” stars.
Sharing Tom’s photo were Vin and Ludacris on their individual Instagram accounts. In both posts, the 60-year-old Hollywood star was all smiles while standing in between the actors playing Dominic “Dom” Toretto and Tej Parker in the “Fast and Furious” film series.
In the caption of his post, Vin made a reference to Tom’s “Top Gun” character Pete “Maverick” Mitchell and his “Fast and Furious” character as he noted, “Maverick meets Toretto…” Meanwhile, Ludacris simply wrote in his, “The Winners Circle.” He added a red circle emoji at the end.
The photo of the trio action stars was quick to attract public attention. It did not take too long for fans to flood the comments section of Vin’s Instagram post. One wrote, “I was just thinking why Tom Cruise ain’t one of the villains. He’s badass lol.” Another jokingly made a reference to Tom’s other well-known action movie franchise as noting, “Mission Impossible 8: It’s All About Family.”
The excited comments did not stop there. A third let out a joke by writing, “Mav in sky and toretto on ground [face with tears of joy emoji].” A fourth excitedly chimed in, “Fast and Furious meets Mission Impossible. something interesting could come about. still love you [red heart emoji].” A fifth pointed out, “Tom Cruise in a Fast in The Furious would be great.”
Aside from posing with Vin and Ludacris, Tom has gotten the honor to be a part of Lewis Hamilton‘s pit crew. On Sunday, GQ Sports shared a clip of the “Risky Business” actor attempting to change tires with the Mercedes team. “The Mercedes pit crew ft @TomCruise #MiamiGP,” it shared.
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