A war veteran who lost both legs after treading on a bomb is taking on a challenge at Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire.
Ash Hall, 27, has already won a Wheelchair Rugby medal at the Invictus Games.
Now he's joined a professional motor racing team - with drivers who are all ex or serving military personel.
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As a soldier, Ash Hall's job was with the Royal Engineers.
He was serving in Afghanistan 7 years ago when he stood on a bomb. He had to have both legs amputated above the knee.
Ash spent years learning to walk again and now he's getting ready to race at the home of British motorsport.
Ash is now part of Team Brit, a racing team where all the drivers have disabilities - and specially adapted cars.
In 2020, the team is planning to take on what is described as the Everest of motor racing - the Le Mans 24 hour race.