Driver profile, interview and achievements.....
Bradley Ellis British GT Champion
Bradley started his motorsport career in the karting world. In 1997 he won the Buckmore Park Winter Cadet Championship. In 1998 he was recurited to join the Zip Young Guns Team to continue his winning streak. In 1999 and 2000 Bradley had already claimed consecutive titles in the MSA British Cadet and British Yamaha series. In 2002 he moved to racing with Rambo Motorsport where he won the JICA Industrial Trophy.
He earned a factory drive with the Italian ITLOOX Racing team and at 16 years of age he had has debut in Formula Renault Italia. In 2005 he returned to the UK and raced in the Formular Renault UK Championships. Fortec Motorsport was his next stop where he raced in the Winter Series.
In 2006 Bradley raced in the Avon Tyres British GT Championship with Team RPM in the Porsche 996 with team mate Alex Mortimer. With several podium finishes later it all culminated in finishing third overall.
In 2007 Team RPM became winners of the Avon Tyres British GT Championships in their Dodge Viper seen on the left. Along side this Bradley raced 12 out of 16 rounds with team mate Phil Bailey in the Dunlop Great & British Radical Sports Car Enduro Championship. Couple this with his debut guest drive in Moza, Italy placing second and third, this was a truly spectacular year.
In 2008 Bradley won the Ford manufacture cup winner. He came fourth overall in the Championship. He also raced in the FIA GT3 Championship with Team Matech Concepts in the Ford GT again with team mate Alex Mortimer.
In 2009 Bradley started test driving for Apex Motorsport to develop the new Jaguar GT3-S race car. In 2010 he test drove for Team RPM to help develop the Ford GT. He also became a MSA Performance Coach for the governing body of UK Motorsport.
In 2011 Bradley continued to race for Team RPM in the GT3 Ford GT but combined this with racing in the Radical UK Cup Championships and the Radical Enduro Chapionships.
2012 saw Bradley finish third in the Britcar 24 hour. He won the Radical Enduro Championship with Supreme Racing and came third in the Radical UK Cup Championship. He continues to race with Supreme Racing.