Daniel Craig cuts a suave figure as he arrives for NASCAR’s pre-race ceremony following the release of his final Bond film No Time To Die  

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Daniel Craig attends the Roval 400 NASCAR Cup Series pre-race ceremony at Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina on Sunday.

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The 53-year-old James Bond actor, whose final appearance in the film series was released to much fanfare over the weekend, looked forever dapper as he made a stylish arrival at the auto race event in a brown blazer and coordinated suit trousers .

She layered the trendy number over a button-down light blue shirt and paired her eyes with a pair of black shades to protect her eyes from the scorching sun.

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Looking Good: Daniel Craig in attendance at the Roval 400 NASCAR Cup Series pre-race ceremony at Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina on Sunday

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Posing as the competition’s impressive trophy with hands in their pockets, she wore her light brown hair in a sleek side parting.

Daniel delivered a heartfelt speech to the audience during an event dedicated to the armed forces killed during the bombing of Kabul International Airport on 26 August.

The recent 25th film in the James Bond franchise opened with $56M domestically over the weekend with a total of $313.3M globally.

Suave: The 53-year-old talented actor looked as charming as ever as a stylish arrival at the auto race event in a brown blazer and suit trousers

Suave: The 53-year-old talented actor looked as charming as ever as a stylish arrival at the auto race event in a brown blazer and suit trousers

Debonair: Keeping her hands in her pockets, she wore her light brown hair in a sleek side parting

Hardik: The No Time To Die star delivered a speech to the audience during an event dedicated to the armed forces killed during the bombing of the Kabul International Airport on August 26.

Hardik: The No Time To Die star delivered a speech to the audience during an event dedicated to the armed forces killed during the bombing of the Kabul International Airport on August 26.

Wow!  The impressive trophy of the competition went up to the star

Wow! The impressive trophy of the competition went up to the star

Carrie Joji Fukunaga’s Detective Film Starring Daniels and Lashana Lynch fell a little below expectation ($60M-$70M) considering its $250M–$301M budget.

No Time to Die – co-written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge – focuses on former MI6 agent aka 007 after retiring for five years.

It currently has a ‘Certified Fresh’ 84% reviewer approval rating (out of 289 reviews) and an 88% audience score rotten Tomatoes.

not bad!  The 25th film of the James Bond franchise opened with $56M domestically over the weekend with a total of $313.3M globally

not bad! The 25th film of the James Bond franchise opened with $56M domestically over the weekend with a total of $313.3M globally

Better luck next week?  Carrie Joji Fukunaga (M) spy flick starring Danielle (L) and Lashana Lynch (R) fell slightly below expectations ($60M- $70M) considering its $250M–$301M budget

Better luck next week? Carrie Joji Fukunaga (M) spy flick starring Danielle (L) and Lashana Lynch (R) fell slightly below expectations ($60M- $70M) considering its $250M–$301M budget

No Time to Die also stars Rami Malek, Lee Seydoux, Ben Whishaw, Naomi Harris, Jeffrey Wright, Christoph Waltz, Ralph Fiennes, Billy Magnussen and Ana de Armas.

Following the world premiere at the Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday, critics praised the much-delayed film, and while many Armchair critics agreed that the film was ‘brilliant and special’, others were less happy with Ian Fleming’s original portrayal of 007. were not. .

British fans of Bond’s latest outing – who were able to watch the much-anticipated film a week before American fans – took to the microblogging site: ‘James Bond was fantastic… #NoTimeToDie is a special, special film… awesome. Absolutely bl****y brilliant. Loved every minute of it… James Bond was worth the wait… Former glory restored… Best Bond in many years for me.’

Hot on the heels of claims for the 25th Bond film ’00-Wok’, others insisted that supersleuth Lothario was ‘a libertarian’: ‘I think he’s taken too much liberties’ and Ian Fleming’s James Bond have gone away from If there is any reason for this? [this has] Totally ruined the character for me.’

History: Daniel Craig's final outing as James Bond left audiences divided as the long-awaited No Time to Die, many flooded theaters in the early hours of Friday morning, took to Twitter to issue reviews there was a flood

History: Daniel Craig’s final outing as James Bond left audiences divided as the long-awaited No Time to Die, many flooded theaters in the early hours of Friday morning, took to Twitter to issue reviews there was a flood

Fantastic reviews from dedicated fans read: ‘James Bond was fantastic… #NoTimeToDie is a special, special film, and a perfect end to Daniel Craig’s tenure as Bond. He rediscovered the role, and for me? He is James Bond. Thank you for the last 15 years. It’s a pleasure Commander Craig #WeHaveAllTheTimeInTheWorld…

‘Just watched a James Bond movie and wow worth it…

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