A Formula One car was sent to the home of a five-year-old boy with a rare form of terminal cancer after he inspired Lewis Hamilton's victory in the Spanish Grand Prix.
Harry Shaw, from Redhill, Surrey, sent Hamilton a good luck message on Instagram from his hospital bed.
The youngster has since moved back to his home for his final days.
Hamilton described Harry as his "spirit angel" as he dedicated his victory to him on Sunday.
Mercedes later arranged for one of its cars to be flown to Harry's home, where he is also expected to be presented with Hamilton's winning trophy from the Barcelona race.
In April, Harry's parents were told he had just one week left to live.
Harry's father, James Shaw, said: "I don't know Lewis, but I think what we've seen is what a genuine, decent, lovely person he is.
"That was a heartfelt message he did and he won that Grand Prix for Harry and that means a lot."
Charlotte Shaw, Harry's mother, said: "It's brought smiles into his life at a time when there's a limited amount of fun to be had, to be perfectly honest."
She said gifts including signed photographs and a Mercedes cap first brought smiles, adding: "It just went from there, really.
"It's just got bigger and bigger and better and better and the smiles have got broader and broader.
"It's so special to see Harry enjoying himself."
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Harry, you don’t know how much this message means to me buddy. Thank you so much, you are my inspiration today Harry. I will try to make you proud. You are such a strong boy, I wish I was as strong as you, I wanted the world to see how strong you are and ask everyone to send their best wishes and prayers to you during this hard time. Sending you love Harry. God bless you. Your friend, Lewis #keepfighting #nevergiveup #wewinandwelosetogether
Harry, who has Ewing's sarcoma, had said in his video message on Instagram: "Hello Lewis Hamilton. Good luck wining the race in Spain and thank you for the gifts. Lots of love from Harry and goodbye."
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Hamilton said after winning the race: "Today, I was just super-inspired by this kid that sent me a message.
"He was my spirit angel."
The Shaw family has set up a charity page to raise money for research into the disease and have so far raised more than £15,000.
Mercedes tweeted they were supporting the fundraising drive.