Father and son Geoff and Matt Brabham will both race in this weekend’s Brickyard Vintage Racing Invitational in Indianapolis.
They will contest the Indy Legends Pro-Am, the feature race of the Saturday of the event.
The field is comprised of a range of ‘Group 6’ A and B production cars from 1963 to 1972, featuring Corvettes, Camaros and Mustangs.
Given their Pro statuses, the Brabhams will pilot separate cars.
Geoff will drive with Jody O’Donnell in a 1969 Corvette and Matt with Mike Donohue in a 1963 Corvette.
“I can’t think of a better way to spend (United States) Father’s Day than at the Brickyard with my dad,” said Matt.
“It’s such a fun event and to be here with my Dad is special. Hopefully we can both do well and maybe come away with a win this weekend. That would be very cool.”
Both Brabhams appeared at the event in 2016, with each bagging a win across the weekend.
Other names in the Indy Legends Pro-Am field this weekend include Paul Tracy and Al Unser Jnr.
Matt finished 22nd when he drove with Pirtek Team Murray in the 2016 Indianapolis 500, while Geoff achieved a best result of fourth in his 10 starts in IndyCar’s flagship race.
The event begins on Friday (local time).