The newlywed Channing Tatum spent his weekend with a man who knows a thing or two about breaking hearts.
On Sunday, Tatum, 37, made his first public appearance since separating from his wife Jenna Dewan, jumping into the driver's seat at the Honda Indy Grand Prix in Birmingham, Alabama. Tatum served as a great marshal and worked with former "Bachelor" and fellow runner, Arie Luyendyk Jr.
"A couple of crazy laps in the rain! Thanks @ariejr! And what an amazingly beautiful track, Mr. Barber. I can not wait to get back here and do some quick laps, "Tatum posted on Instagram at Barber Motorsports Park.
Luyendyk, 36, did the same, sharing: "What a great friend! Fun meeting @channingtatum and get to lead the field to green at @Honda IndyCar."
Tatum and Dewan, 37, announced their separation earlier this month after almost nine years together.
"Absolutely nothing has changed about how we love each other so much, but love is a beautiful adventure that takes us on different paths at the moment," they confirmed in a joint statement.
Dewan has removed Tatum from his name on his social media accounts.  As for Luyendyk, the reality star and her fiancee Lauren Burnham appear to be strengthening in a few contentious months. After leaving the publicist Becca Kufrin during the end of the season of "The Bachelor" in March, Luyendyk proposed Burnham, 25, to the air. The couple later provoked the wrath of the Internet after a foolish gag of the Innocents, claiming they were waiting.