Corie Mapp will look to continue his strong start to the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) Para Bobsleigh World Cup, in the German town of Oberhof.
The Briton finished first and second in the two races at the World Cup season-opener in Lillehammer last week.
He is now joint top of the overall standing, tied with Lonnie Bissonnette of Canada on 435 points.
Bissonnette is the current reigning World Cup champion.
Both competitors join a field of 22 in Oberhof, with the first race taking place tomorrow.
A second race is scheduled for Saturday (December 14), when action concludes.
Other contenders include Guro Frønsdal of Norway and Sweden's Sebastian Westin-Vippola,who are joint-third in the standings with 384 points.