It has been confirmed that Callum Bradshaw will continue to race for Fusion Motorsport for a second season in 2020. After a successful first year, which saw Callum finish 2nd in the X30 Euro Series along with 4th in the IAME International Final, Callum has extended his commitments with the team for this season. Callum will race in the X30 Euro Series once again as well as the British Kart Championship and brand new Ultimate Karting Championship. He will also continue to coach drivers in the Fusion team and other drivers who feel they can benefit from the help and guidance of a former FIA Karting Academy Trophy Champion.
Callum has had a busy off season testing in several different cars as he prepares to take the next step in his racing career. However, that does not mean he will be stepping away from Karting completely with Callum competing in three major championships across Europe and the UK.
After just missing out on the X30 Euro Series last year, Callum will return to try and take the title many believed was his. The championship will once again kick off at the Mariembourg circuit before heading to Castelletto, Essay and Valencia. Before we get into the main season itself there will also be the annual Winter Cup in February which will also take place on the Valencia circuit.
The calendar looks like it should suit Callum well with the Fusion driver having had success on most of the circuits included. Mariembourg and Castelletto made up the first half of the season last year which saw Callum end as championship leader. Essay was the location where Callum famously wrapped up the FIA Karting Academy Trophy title with Valencia the only circuit where Callum may be down on experience. Something that the Winter Cup will help fix.
His return to British championship racing is also something that will excite many having not competed in a British run series since 2018 where he finished 2nd in the LGM Series. Racing in both the British Championship and Ultimate Karting Championship will make for a busy season with visits to PFI, Kimbolton, GYG, Larkhall, Rowrah, Mansell Raceway, Shenington, Larkhall, Whilton Mill, Llandow and Fulbeck included. More races should help Callum’s chances in all three series with Calum only racing five times during the course of the X30 Euro Series last year!
A three time LGM Series Vice Champion, Callum will be hoping to add to his British Kart Grand Prix title from 2016 next year as he sets out to take his first championship title in the UK.
Callum Bradshaw: “I am excited to get this season underway with Fusion and returning for a second year I feel more comfortable. Last year I only did five races and I feel that hindered me compared to this year. I am competing in three of the best championships and will be giving my all to make sure we come out on top.”
Callum’s Karting season will begin on the 6th February when he will head to Valencia for the X30 Winter Cup.
Callum will continue to offer services for driver coaching to drivers of all abilities and experience. If you would like to hear more about Callum’s services then please get in contact through his Facebook page.