The fastest man alive, Usain Bolt, snapped a short video Sunday with former President Bill Clinton, in which the two expressed their admiration for one another.

"I'm here with the greatest president," said Bolt, eight-time Olympic gold medalist, as he put his arm around the 42nd president at a racing event in Austin, Texas. The text in the Snap Chat video said Bolt was "with the boss him self."

Clinton, who attended a hurricane relief concert fundraiser at Texas A&M Saturday night with his fellow living ex-presidents, said in return that he is "a huge fan" of Bolt's.

Clinton also met actor Woody Harrelson at the event.

Bolt, a Jamaican sprinter who now retired, was picked be the honorary race starter, waving a green flag, at Formula One's U.S. Grand Prix at Circuit of the Americas.

Earlier in the day he took a spin with Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes.

Hamilton later won the race and was handed a trophy by Clinton.