BILLY MONGER will take one other step nearer to his Components One dream after signing up for the EuroFormula Open.
The British racer, who misplaced each his legs in a horrific smash 2017 at Donington Park, will drive for Carlin Motorsport in a modified automotive that may enable him to make use of the throttle on the steering wheel and brake along with his proper knee.
The EuroFormula Open sequence races at eight Components One tracks, together with Paul Ricard, Spa and Hockenheim.
Monger, 19, stated: “I can not wait to go racing once more. EuroFormula Open presents an thrilling new problem and an actual step up for me.
“The automobiles are very totally different to the British F3 automobiles I drove in final yr.
“We have needed to overcome some points redesigning the cockpit for my use, however I am assured I can adapt rapidly and be aggressive.
“We have nonetheless bought somewhat solution to go to safe our sponsorship goal.
“However my purpose is to race the total season on this sequence and get to the highest step of that podium.”
Final season, Monger made his comeback within the BRDC British F3 Championship, scoring 4 podiums and two poles, on his solution to ending sixth within the championship.
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He added: “This year I want to win a race.
“Stand on the top step knowing I have beaten everyone on a level playing field no matter what has happened to me.
“My disability isn’t holding me back. What will be the difference in making it to F1 or not is how good I am.”