Billy Monger, the 17-year-old Formula 4 driver who lost both his legs following a high-speed crash at Donington Park on Sunday, has already said he wants to race again.
After colliding with another car which appeared to have stopped on the racetrack, Billy, from Charlwood, Surrey, was trapped for 90 minutes before being airlifted to Nottingham.
The teenager underwent a series of operations and has had both his legs amputated.
Despite this, Billy has already set his sights on returning to Formula 4.
Steven Hunter, head of Billy’s team JHR Developments, said the 17-year-old was “a very, very positive young lad.”
“He is aware