Lewis Hamilton treaded over to Brands Hatch on Sunday to watch his younger brother Nic kickstart his 2019 season in the British Touring Car Championship.
Nic - who suffers from cerebral palsy - has previously raced in the BTCC-supported Clio Cup before becoming the first disabled driver to compete in the BTCC in 2015.
This year he's back for a full campaign, driving a ROKiT Racing with Motorbase Ford Focus RS.
"Couldn’t be prouder of my bro @nicolashamilton on his first weekend back in British touring cars," the Mercedes star wrote on Twitter.
"This is a product of his immense hard work and dedication, bro, you inspire me so much 🙌🏾❤️"