A young racing driver is on his way to Formula One thanks to Europe's biggest-ever lottery winners.
Chris and Colin Weir are sponsoring 15-year-old Gregor Ramsay in his first season racing in the European and Italian Formula Three European Abarth season.
The Weirs won a rollover £161million Euromillions jackpot in July last year and will co-sponsor Gregor along with billionaire Clyde Blowers chairman Jim McColl.
Gregor, from East Kilbride, races with Swiss team Jenzer but he is being mentored by Ferrari, and he will join their driver academy when a place becomes available.
As fans of Formula One the Weirs were "pleased and proud" to provide sponsorship.
Chris said: "Gregor is an exceptionally gifted driver and to have achieved what he has by the age of 15 years old is astonishing.
"He has been well-supported by family, friends and Clyde Blowers for a number of years but when we heard he needed additional financial support, we were only too happy to step forward.
"Gregor is already world class. As the youngest driver in F3 Abarth, he is racing against the best 18 and 19-year-olds in the world.
"With the prospect of attending Ferrari's driver academy, he has an amazing future ahead of him and as F1 fans, we will be watching his progress with interest."
The amount of sponsorship has not been disclosed.
The Ferrari academy aims to train the best young talent in motorsport for a future in Formula One. It has six drivers, each with an engineering team with them wherever they race.
Gregor said: "I am so grateful to Chris and Colin for giving me the balance of sponsorship money I needed for this season. It means I can focus on my driving without worrying about raising any more money."
The 15-year-old is currently second in the European Rookie Championship and will race in Hungary this weekend.
Last year the Weirs made a £1m donation to the SNP and also contributed to an appeal to keep the Waverley Paddle Steamer in service on the River Clyde.