Wherever motorsport finds itself in the world, you can be sure that you will never be left wanting for familiar faces in the paddock.
Yesterday saw the Marrakesh ePrix, the third race of the current ABB FIA Formula E all-electric championship. McLaren's Eric Boullier was on hand to see Felix Rosenqvist take the win for Mahindra Racing.
It's Eric we have to thank for this picture of a few of his friends casually chatting away in the garage during Saturday's event.
The man on the left needs no introduction. He's one of the biggest movie stars in the world. But he's by no means a stranger to the world of Formula E, either. Leonardo DiCaprio is also a noted environmental activist, and he co-founded the Venturi Formula E team with Gildo Pallanca Pastor.
Alejandro Agag is the founder and current CEO of Formula E. He has been making some waves this week predicting that Formula E could be the last form of motorsport left standing in 2040.
And of course there's no mistaking the man with his back to us in the picture. That's Alain Prost, Renault motorsports consultant and four-time Formula 1 drivers' champion.
All three are likely still in Morocco today. The series is holding a one-day rookie test on the ePrix circuit. Among those scheduled to take part are Paul di Resta, Antonio Giovinazzi, Pietro Fittipaldi, Nyck de Vries and Pietro Fittipaldi.
The next round of the ABB FIA Formula E championship is on February 3, when cars will be on the grid for the start of the Antofagasta Minerals Santiago ePrix in Chile.