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Bradley Philpot was born on 20 December, 1985 in Southampton, United Kingdom. At 35 years old, Bradley Philpot height not available right now. We will update Bradley Philpot's height soon as possible.
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|Age||35 years old|
|Born||20 December 1985|
|Birthplace||Southampton, United Kingdom|
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Bradley Philpot Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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In the off-season, plans developed for Philpot to drive with Nett Motorsport in their Peugeot 308 Racing Cup for 2017. Entering the debut season of the VLN's new TCR Touring Car class, Philpot joined team owners and brothers Jürgen and Joachim Nett in a 3 driver entry, reviving a relationship with Jürgen from their time with the factory Peugeot team in 2013.
Remaining with the Mayen-based Peugeot team for a second season, Philpot was keen to build on the results from 2017. With the team rebranded as Team Euro Repar - Nett Motorsport, and a plan to acquire an all new Peugeot 308 TCR, he was ready for an assault on the class championship. Ahead of the livery reveal, the team were aware that the new car would not be ready until VLN3, and so it was decided to race on with the older chassis and switch mid-season, anticipating that VLN1 & VLN2's results would be counted as the two drop scores at the end of the season.
Switching to single seaters for the annual Formula Palmer Audi Autumn Trophy, Philpot raced against a number of future stars. The field included 2015 24 Hours of Le Mans winner Nick Tandy, as well as future prototype racer Alex Brundle, Luciano Bacheta and Jack Clarke (racing driver).
Following on from his success in the 2015 Race of Champions, Philpot earned a place with Team Altran in the Creventic 24H Series race at Silverstone with support from Peugeot UK.
After an absence of almost 2 years, Philpot returned to the Nürburgring for the 2015 edition of the 24 Hours, driving a Hipercars run V5 class BMW. The team managed to bring the car home 5th in class and 73rd overall. Continuing with Hipercars at the Opel 6 hour race, Philpot finished 8th in class with teammates Johan Sandberg and Sarah Ganser.
In December 2015, Philpot won the ROC Factor competition to secure a place in that year's Race of Champions. In winning the Celebrity Skills Challenge, he defeated Chris Hoy, stunt-driver Terry Grant, Ben Ainslie, and 4 time Formula One World Champion and current Scuderia Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel. The following day, he defeated all of the Formula One drivers in the main Skills Challenge.
Initially a multi-venue championship, the BRKC moved to its current home, Formula Fast Karting ahead of the 2014 running of the event. It remains at the Milton Keynes venue to this day.
Racing in the same Peugeot 208 GTi that he'd driven to 3rd place in the 2013 Nürburgring 24 Hours, Philpot and his team emerged victorious in the A3 class, in what was a difficult wet/dry race.
In January, Philpot entered into the Peugeot 208 GTi Racing Experience, with the winner gaining factory driver status at Peugeot Sport for their entry into the 2013 VLN series and 24 Hours Nürburgring. Beating compatriots David Pittard, Nigel Moore (racing driver) and Tom Ingram, Philpot was chosen ahead of the other finalists.
Whilst the format of the competition has been tweaked through the years, the core principles remain, and the BRKC has acted as a qualifying event for the rental karting world championships (KWC) since 2013. Up to 2019, the BRKC was won in five consecutive years by Dutch driver Ruben Boutens, the raining KWC Champion.
Founded in 2011, the British Rental Kart Championship was created by Philpot to provide a low-cost, highly competitive kart series in the UK that operated away from the more expensive Motor Sports Association sanctioned events.
In 2011, Philpot entered the Red Bull Kart Fight UK. Competing in the local qualification round at TeamSport Manchester, Philpot finished 1st. This secured him a place in the regional final at Teesside Autodrome, where he placed 12th. At the national finals in Cardiff Bay, Philpot fought through the field to win his first title in 4 years.
Following the passing of Dan Wheldon at the 2011 IZOD IndyCar World Championship, the Autosport International Celebrity Kart Race took place in his honour in 2013 with the aim of raising funds for the Alzheimer's Society. Philpot and his BRKC team won the event, finishing 1 lap ahead of their nearest rivals, including names such as Oliver Turvey, Rob Huff, and Ben Collins (racing driver), formerly 'The Stig' on the BBC television show Top Gear.
When Adrian Reynard decided to produce a lightweight, road legal track day car in 2008, Philpot was approached for the role of test driver. With Generation Motorsport running the car, Philpot put it through its paces at Rockingham Motor Speedway, Snetterton Circuit and Silverstone Circuit.
For the 2007 season, Philpot entered into the 750 Motor Club Toyota MR2 Challenge, winning 3 races on his way to the title. His dominance was backed up with 3 fastest laps and a further 7 podium finishes from the 14 races across the 9 meetings.
The BRKC is not Philpot's first foray into running a kart series, having also helped to organise the Matchams Owner Driver series in 2006.
Philpot began his racing career in karting in Britain, first competing in the Comer Cadet class in 1995. Starting at Camberley Kart Club and & Forest Edge, Philpot raced alongside the likes of Tom Onslow-Cole in his first season. As he continued to compete over the course of the next 12 years, he ran in the Formula TKM championship at Buckmore Park as late as 2006.
Bradley John Philpot (born 20 December 1985 in Southampton) is a British racing driver, who won the SP2T class of the German VLN series in 2018. Philpot also won the 2016 Creventic 24H Silverstone in the A3 Touring Car class and the 2015 Race of Champions Celebrity Skills Challenge at the Olympic Stadium, London. His father John Philpot is a former ice dancer who finished second at the 1979 Nebelhorn Trophy with his skating partner Carol Long. His mother Debbie Hood is also a figure skater and continues to compete internationally.
Returning for the 24 Hours, Philpot joined former BMW teammates Dale Lomas and Lucian Gavris to drive the Manheller Racing run Ford Fiesta ST in the SP2T class. The race featured periods of weather so disruptive that the organisers suspended running after only one hour of racing. Battling the conditions and reliability, the team finished 4th in class, with Philpot losing out on victory to future teammate Jürgen Nett.