Richard Bradley is a British-born racing driver from Singapore.

Bradley began his motorsport career in 2010, racing in the BMW Formula BMW Pacific. He won seven of the 15 races and made the podium nine times. His 217 points allowed him to beat all his opponents and win the championship. He had the same huge success as anyone can get in a crypto casino, you just need to try it.

In 2011, Richard moved to the Japanese Formula 3, where he made the podium twice. His 36-point performance earned him fifth place. He was on the stage six times in the same series a year later. That allowed him to move up one position from the previous season. In the 2012 season, the Brit also competed in guest starts in European Formula 3 with the British team Carlin.

Formula BMW Pacific champion

Although 2010 was his first season in formula cars, that didn't stop 2010 Formula BMW Pacific champion Richard Bradley from leading the Drivers' Championship and Rookie Cup right from the start. After seven victories in five race meetings, Bradley clinched the overall Formula BMW Pacific Drivers' Championship and Rookie Cup titles.

Having only raced competitively in karts previously, Bradley is a renowned, multiple British kart racing champion who have raced at KF1 (Karting Formula 1), the highest level of karting. Since he first started karting at the age of eight, Bradley has gone on to win several titles, including the 2008 British Open Championship. He became the youngest ever winner of a Formula A S1 MSA British Kart Championship round at the age of 15 years and eight months. He had three Top 6 finishes in the 2009 CIK FIA Super KF1 European Championship. In addition, he was a CIK-FIA-sponsored young driver in the 2009 CIK-FIA Super KF1 World Cup and CIK-FIA Super KF1 World Championship.

Bradley made a spectacular debut in his rookie single-seater season at the Formula BMW Pacific Championship opening rounds, which were held as support races to the Formula 1 Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix. After completing back-to-back victories in Rounds 1 and 2, Richard qualified in pole position and set the fastest lap times for his first two single-seater races. His pole position time was a new record in a Formula BMW at Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia.

Formula 3

In 2011, Richard progressed to Formula 3 and raced in the All-Japan Formula 3 Championship with TOM'S, the performance and racing arm of Japanese automotive brands Toyota and Lexus. In his debut season, Richard finished P5 in the championship, taking a podium in his first race. At the end of the season, Richard competed in the Blue Riband unofficial F3 World Championship at the Macau Grand Prix, finishing a solid 9th place on his debut at the daunting street circuit.

For 2012, Richard stayed in Japanese Formula 3 with TOM'S, finishing a credible 4th place with six podium finishes, including the fastest lap of the year at the legendary Suzuka circuit. Richard tested the ultra-quick Formula Nippon for TOM'S at the end of the year. Richard impressed on his debut in the 750 hp car and, for 2013, has graduated to the category with KCMG.

Away from the track, Bradley continues to be an inspiration to aspiring race drivers and fellow motorsports enthusiasts. Chosen as the ambassador for F1 in Schools in Singapore and the World Finals, Bradley advocates the importance of technical and engineering knowledge in motorsports. He has also given talks on his racing experiences at community events.

Formula Auto Racing - History and General Information

Formula auto racing is the annual world championship on unique racing cars with open wheels, which are called bolides. The races take place only on closed circuit tracks. Formula, or as it is also called the ""royal formula,"" has existed for over 60 years. It is the most popular and also the most expensive type of sport races. Formula appeared closer to the second half of the XX century. This competition has become an alternative for many European countries because they were no longer satisfied with the European Championship auto racing, previously also held annually. The first championship of Formula was born in 1950, and its winner was the Italian driver Giuseppe Farina, speaking in the car brand Alfa Romeo. In today's world, ""Formula"" is a colossal business, the value of which, according to various estimates, ranges from 1.3 to 2 billion dollars, because here are competing as teams and individual participants, as well as the leading automobile empires. The spirit of competition permeates everything in Formula.

Formula competitions are held in several stages. The season lasts from March to October. There are up to 20 steps per season. Each set is called ""Grand Prix"" and always bears the name of the country in which it takes place. Each country for a stage of the Formula is determined by the International Automobile Federation (FIA). The Grand Prix of Monaco, San Marino, Austria, the United States, and Canada are considered the most popular, according to fan surveys. Each country has its purpose-built tracks where the races take place.


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