Date: 30th June 2019
As Bradley had not raced since Oulton Park, the team thought it a good idea to get him out at a track he knows well, so he was entered in the BRSCC Mazda Super Series at Snetterton, the Super Series runs to the same regulations as the Supercup but is based on individual rounds and not a Championship. With no testing prior to the race day we were looking just to get out and enjoy the racing. Qualifying and 3 races all took place on the Sunday.
In qualifying Bradley started to get back into the swing of things and finished a respectable 7th on the grid for the first race.
Race 1: Bradley was soon on the pace during the 1st race and although he was held up while trying to get through the field finished 5th and showing good pace, if he could clear the pack earlier he had a chance of a podium in race 2.
Race 2: Starting 5th on the grid in the 2nd race (the position he finished the first race) gave him every chance. At the start of the race Bradley got off to a flyer and after one lap went from 5th to 1st, he had a good battle with the competitor in second place dropping to 2nd with two laps to go but fought back to regain the lead on the last lap. A well deserved victory for Bradley and the fastest lap.
Race 3: Race 3 saw Bradley starting on pole and within one lap he stamped his authority on proceedings by pulling out a considerable margin. This formed the pattern of the race with Bradley continuing to put in fastest lap after fastest lap and at the chequered flag he had a lead of 14 seconds and yet again the fastest lap of the race.
Two well deserved victories for Bradley and he showed that even at just 17 years old what he could be capable of in the future.