British Superbike champion Ray secures WSBK graduation
British Superbike champion, Ray, will be competing in the World Superbike Championship (WSBK) for the first time in his career after signing a deal with Buildbase Suzuki.
The British rider has signed a deal with the Buildbase Suzuki team, which will see him compete in the WSBK championship for the first time in his career.
Ray's inclusion in the WSBK championship alongside experienced riders like Jonathan Rea, Chaz Davies, and Scott Redding will be a challenge for the British rider.
Ray's success in the British Superbike championship has earned him a spot in the WSBK championship, which is regarded as one of the most competitive championships in the world.
Ray will be competing on a Suzuki GSX-R1000 in the WSBK championship and will be looking to build on his success in the British Superbike championship.
"After an incredible first season on the R1 in British Superbikes, Bradley has shown that he fully deserves his spot on the WorldSBK grid in 2023".
Ray first joined the Buildbase Suzuki team in 2018, and since then he has achieved several podium finishes and race wins in the BSB.