Richard Bradley (racing driver)
Bradley began his motorsport career in karting in 2000, where he was active until 2009. In 2010 he moved to the Formula racing and entered in the Formula BMW Pacific with Singaporean racing license for Eurasia Motorsport. Already on his debut weekend, he managed to win both races. In the further course of the season he was seen in six other races as the winner. In his first season he decided the championship with 217 points to 141 against Óscar Andrés Tunjo for themselves. In 2011 he came to TOM'S in the Japanese Formula 3 Championship. With a second place as best result he finished the season from fifth place in the championship. He also took part in a race ever FIA Formula 3 Trophy 2011 for Carlin and TOM 'S. In these two races he was reported for the UK. 2012 Bradley remained at TOM 'S in the Japanese Formula 3 Championship. With five second places as best results he finished the season on top of the fourth. In addition, he completed a guest stint in the British Formula 3 Championship.
- 2000-2009: Karting
- 2010: Formula BMW Pacific (Master)
- 2011: Japanese Formula 3 ( 5th place)
- 2012: Japanese Formula 3 (4th place )