It takes a lot to become the best in the sport you’re a part of. It takes more than dedication and determination. But what makes you perfect from best in that sport is when you respect the game and show kindness to the ones who are also a part of it. Lewis Hamilton has been successful in displaying such gesture, as he has shown support for the 17-year-old victim of a horrific accident. Billy Monger, the teenage British motor racing driver, who was involved in a formula four race at the Donington race track on Sunday, had both of his legs amputated in a high-speed crash. Monger was left fighting for his life after the terrifying crash.
Lewis tweeted and shared the link with the photo of the young driver in which the donations to support Billy are mentioned with a link to the site that is raising funds. A crowed funding campaign has been prepared with the initiative to raise a total of £260,000 and Hamilton himself has backed this up showing all of his support to the cause. Monger suffered the injury in a fast collision with another car that was being driven by Finland’s Patrik Pasma, his car appeared to have stopped on the track. This stationary car received Monger’s car on its back causing an intense collision. After the accident and because of severe condition Billy was airlifted to the nearest hospital located in Nottingham. Sadly, Billy has now had both of his legs amputated but his spirit for the game is definitely going to stay alive in the hearts of other racers.