Tom Cruise is flying high.

On Sunday, the “Top Gun: Maverick” star celebrated his 60th birthday, and “Mission: Impossible – Fallout” director Christopher McQuarrie marked the occasion with an incredible photo.

The director shared a pic on Twitter of Cruise performing a daring aerial stunt for one of the upcoming films in the series.

The actor can be seen in the photo hanging off the top wing of a biplane as it turns upside down.

McQuarrie is directing Cruise in “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning”, which will be released in two parts. The first will arrive July 14, 2023; Part 2 will premiere June 28, 2024.

Meanwhile, Cruise himself celebrated his big 60th birthday with a trip to Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire, England, to attend Formula 1 Lenovo British Grand Prix 2022.

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Cruise was seen taking in to race at track level, talking with drivers and their racing teams, including the U.K.’s champion driver Lewis Hamilton.

Tom Cruise with Lewis Hamilton
Tom Cruise with Lewis Hamilton — Photo: Jose Breton/NurPhoto/Shutterstock

Cruise is no stranger race car driving, having starring in the 1990 action movie, “Days of Thunder”, in which he played a NASCAR driver.

The British Grand Prix is in its 73rd year, and near the start of the race there was a big crash involving drivers Pierre Gasly, Alexander Albon, Zhou Guanyu and George Russell. According to the Associated Press, Zhou was taken to the track’s medical centre for observation, but was conscious.

He updated his fans on Twitter to let them know he was okay.

Carlos Sainz of Spain won the Grand Prix.

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Cruise, meanwhile, has plenty more to celebrate on his 60th birthday weekend, with “Top Gun: Maverick” expected to pull in an estimated $32.5 million at the domestic box office, bringing its total to $571 million, with the $600 million mark close in sight.

Last week, the actor sent a message congratulating all the films currently in release and thanking audiences for heading back out to the movie theatre after the pandemic.