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Billy Monger: 'Why I don't want to compete in disabled sport'

Billy Monger: ‘Why I don’t want to compete in disabled sport’

Billy Monger, 19, had an F4 crash 18 months ago which resulted in both his legs being amputated.

Now, he’s back racing – this time in F3.

Billy tells Newsbeat why it’s important for him to race against able-bodied drivers.

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