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Monger injured in British F4 race 

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

17-year-old Billy Monger has been involved in a bad crash at the British F4 race at Donington Park in England. He crashed into a parked car on the course.

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Billy Monger (Photo by LAT Photographic)

Monger sustained leg injuries from the crash. An air ambulance took him to a local medical facility.

The crash was captured on his dash cam and streamed on TV. Patrick Pasma, who was in the car that Monger hit, was also taken to a hospital.

However, it is believed that he’s not seriously injured.

The race was stopped, as the medical personnel attended to Monger. He was trapped in the car for an hour after the crash, while the medics attempted to free him from his open-wheel car.

“Patrik, who is fully conscious and able to communicate with team personnel, will now be transferred by ambulance to the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham for further checks and observation overnight,” the Carlin Racing statement said shortly after the accident. “Our thoughts remain with Billy Monger who was also involved in the incident.”

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