At the age of just 23, Bradley Ray is an established presence at the front of the British Superbike pack and a multiple race winner, with serious designs on a title push in 2021 as he teams up with the ambitious Rich Energy OMG Racing Team on board the brand-new BMW M1000R machine. 

Racing against a fiercely competitive field that included future MotoGP World Champion Joan Mir, Brad took a dominant first victory in Austin, Texas, in 2013 and was fourth in the championship in 2014. 

After two frustrating seasons on uncompetitive machinery at European level, Brad made a full-time return to the British racing scene part way through the 2016 season, sensationally claiming six wins and two second places from the last ten races of the British Supersport Championship.

After starting riding minimotos at the age of six, Brad won multiple national championships at junior level before being selected to the prestigious Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup, where he finished seventh overall in his first season in 2012. 

Brad’s form on a 600 caught the attention of the Hawk Racing team, who gave him the opportunity to ride a Suzuki in the British Superbike Championship in 2017, when he finished a creditable eleventh overall.

In 2018 he stormed to a maiden double victory in the opening round of the British Superbike season at Donington Park, becoming one of the youngest ever winners of a BSB race at the age of just 20.

Casey O’Gorman

At the age of just thirteen, Casey O’Gorman emerged as one of the brightest young talents on the national racing scene with a standout rookie season in the British Talent Cup in 2020.

After tasting his first victory in a round of the Irish Championship that summer, he has been a consistent winner at home and abroad in minibike and preMoto4 classes, riding against and beating the best young talent in Spain and Italy.

In November 2020 he contested the final round of the European Talent Cup at Valencia, narrowly missing out on the points, and he is aiming to contest the championship in full in 2021, as well as mounting a title challenge in the British Talent Cup.

Riding the UK big circuits for the first time and racing against older boys with prior experience in the class, Casey took a win at each of the opening three rounds and fought for the title until the final round. 

Casey has been racing in junior categories since June 2012, when his father John took him to a practice day at Angmering, West Sussex, where he was invited back the following day to make his racing debut. Casey was at the front straight away, getting second place on his first outing.