Richard Bradley1991-08-17 (age 28)
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Graff Racing scored its first win of the 2017 European Le Mans Season at Spa-Francorchamps, despite a late race penalty for the #40 crew of James Allen, Richard Bradley and Gustavo Yacaman.
The #25 Algarve Pro Racing Ligier JSP2 Nissan claim the first pole position of the season, after Andrea Pizzitola set a time of 1:38.155.
The LMP2 battle of last weekend's Le Mans 24 Hours may have taken a backseat to the more dramatic events of LMP1 and GTE, but Signatech Alpine's triumph deserves to be talked about. Sam Smith looks back.
Reigning LMP2 class champions Matt Howson and Richard Bradley will return to defend their title in this year's Le Mans 24 Hours with the KCMG squad.
With 16 cars at the start, and 16 cars crossing the chequered flag, this round has been a great success for all concerned.
KCMG driver Richard Bradley believes that G-Drive Racing's Gustavo Yacaman's driving was "well out of order" after the pair's multiple clashes during last weekend's WEC round at Fuji.
The contentious incident which saw LMP2 contender Richard Bradley retire from the WEC race at Fuji is to be investigated further by the FIA.
Richard Bradley, Matt Howson and Nick Tandy will once again share driving duties in the Dunlop-shod #47 ORECA 05 coupe.
Richard Bradley, Matt Howson and Nicolas Lapierre finished second in the LMP2 class and sixth overall, helping to maintain their Teams’ and Drivers’ Championship leads.
From Porsche's 17th Le Mans victory to the winning Ferrari in the GTE Am class, there was British involvement in every class success in the Le Mans 24 Hours, as Sam Smith explains.
First ever Hong Kong team to win the French endurance classic.
The new ORECA 05 took an impressive pole position for its first participation in the 24 Hours of Le Mans.