Richard Bradley joins Eurasia for 2010 F.BMW Pacific
Date posted on November 27, 2009 · Published by Mark Goddard
Ace karter, Richard Bradley, has signed for the 2010 F.BMW season. Based in Singapore, eighteen year old Bradley has starred at British, European and World level karting and is expected to be competitive in next year’s championship.
Bradley was first in the 2008 KF1 British Open Championship and competitive at World level in this year’s SKF1 Series. He resides in Singapore which is a perfect base from which to compete in the Formula BMW Pacific Series. Testing for next season begins this December at the Sepang F1 Circuit Malaysia.
“We are really happy to welcome Richard to the team and his karting results demonstrate he is a very talented young driver and we are excited at the prospect of running him in the F.BMW Pacific championship next year” stated Mark Goddard of Eurasia Motorsport.
Bradley will race alongside already confirmed Australian, Duvashen Padayachee, who will also take part in a three day test at Sepang on December 15-17th. Eurasia Motorsport has a third driver confirmed for 2010, he will be named very soon, and he will be taking part in the same test.
“We have three of our four cars filled for 2010 already which bodes well for next year’s championship which we are sure will be even better than 2009 which was the best F.BMW series yet in the region, in terms of both numbers and competitiveness.” remarked Goddard.