The rev-enant! Low-key Leonardo DiCaprio chats to racers in Morocco as he checks out the Marrakesh E-Prix
He outran Tom Hanks and the FBI for years in Catch Me If You Can.
So Leonardo DiCaprio might have been giving out some tips when he visited the Marrakesh E-Prix in Morocco on Saturday.
The actor was spotted chatting to drivers at the ABB FIA Formula E race, including Brazilian champ Lucas di Grassi.
The rev-enant: Leonardo DiCaprio visited the Marrakesh E-Prix in Morocco on Saturday
The Oscar-winner kept pretty low key, wearing a black LA baseball cap shades, a black hoodie and dark navy windbreaker.
There was another famous face among the racers too — Orlando Bloom, who was celebrating his 41st birthday behind the wheel.
Orlando and Leonardo have been making the most of their sun-drenched trip when they went quad biking in the Moroccan desert on Friday.
Dark horse: The Oscar-winner kept pretty low key, wearing a black LA baseball cap shades, a black hoodie and dark navy windbreaker
Tips: The actor was spotted chatting to drivers at he ABB FIA Formula E race, including Brazilian champ Lucas di Grassi
Support: Leo was there with his pal Orlando Bloom
The pair returned to the exclusive Armanjena Hotel where they partied up a storm to celebrate Orlando's birthday.
Over the summer, Orlando spent an increasing amount of time with fellow Hollywood heartthrob Leonardo as both actors found themselves single once again.
Leonardo's childhood friend and fellow The Great Gatsby co-star Tobey Maguire joined them on their sun-soaked outings in the States.
Orlando zoom: The racing fan who was celebrating his 41st birthday behind the wheel
Low key: Orlando and Leonardo have been making the most of their sun-drenched trip when they went quad biking in the Moroccan desert on Friday
Bundled up: The movie star sported hoodie and a navy jacket on top
Heading out: The star rocked small framed sunglasses as well
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