A teenage motorsport driver who lost both his legs in a horrific high-speed smash has made another public appearance just months after the horrific accident.
Billy 'The Whiz' Monger was pictured chatting with racing champ Lewis Hamilton MBE, at the Formula 1 World Championship Practice Day at Silverstone, Northamptonshire.
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The incident shook the motorsport community and led to a fundraising campaign for his rehabilitation and recovery that raised more than £800,000.
Mercedes driver Hamilton, who has 4.32 million followers on Twitter, tweeted about Monger after hearing of the driver's injuries.
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