A crowdfunding campaign to raise money for a 17-year-old racing driver who had both of his legs amputated after a “horrific” crash has raised more than £650,000.
Billy Monger hit another car during a Formula 4 race on Sunday at Donington Park.
The fundraising page, set up by the head of Billy’s team, Steven Hunter, had aimed to raise £260,000. Donations have since flooded in, including £15,000 from F1 driver Jenson Button and £26,000 from his former Formula 4 rival Devlin DeFrancesco.
“Donations will be used to fund the care, treatments and therapies required by Billy in the immediate