Tom Cruise shows off jacked figure on 60th birthday in England F1

The blockbuster action star celebrated his milestone 60th birthday in F1 in England and showed that he is more in shape than ever.

Tom Cruise celebrated his milestone 60th birthday in style.

The Top Gun: Maverick star ushered in his big day at the 2022 British Grand Prix on Sunday – and it seems his birthday happiness may have spilled over to his “great friend” Lewis Hamilton.

Cruise, who showed off his incredibly muscular figure in a powder blue polo shirt, was among the first to congratulate the Formula 1 driver after finishing third at his home race this weekend.

“Happy Birthday,” Hamilton, 37, was heard to say as they hugged at Silverstone Circuit on Cruise’s 60th birthday.

Cruise, who is a longtime fan of motorsport, told Sky Sports pundit Martin Brundle that he is “always” supportive of Hamilton.

‘He’s a good friend of mine. I hope he has a great day,” Cruise said on the starting grid.

The Mission Impossible The actor spent some time chatting with celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, before watching the race in the Mercedes garage with team principal Toto Wolff.

Another eyewitness told page six that Cruise was “super sweet” when he spoke to Weird stuff actress Amybeth McNulty, who spent the day with Williams Racing.

Off the track, Cruise had a lot to celebrate on his birthday weekend. His latest film — dubbed the “Movie of the Summer” — has now grossed over $1 billion worldwide.

Top Gun: Maverick earned an additional $25,545 million in the US and $37 million overseas during the weekend of July 4, cementing its place in history as one of the highest-grossing films of all time (per Forbes

“Congratulations to all films in release, to all studios and to all exhibitors,” Cruise tweeted on June 27.

“To the audience, thank you for venturing and entertaining us. See you at the cinema.”

Earlier this week, Cruise kicked off his birthday by catching Adele in concert with actor Luke Evans.

Cruise took a selfie with the Beauty and the Beast star for the show, which took place on Friday in London’s Hyde Park.

This story originally appeared on New York Post and is reproduced with permission

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