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Bradley Smith
File:Bradley Smith.png
Rider Details
Nationality Flag of the United Kingdom.png British
P.O.B. Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
Date of Birth 28 November 1990
Date of Death Unknown
Début Flag of Germany.png 2019 German MotoE Race
Final Race
First Win Unknown
Former Teams Unknown
FIM MotoE Career
Entries 1 (1 Starts)
Wins 0
Poles 0
Fastest Laps 0
Total Points 20
Podiums 1
Current Season
Team Flag of Malaysia.png One Energy Racing
Number Standings Points
38 3rd 48

Bradley Smith (born 28 November 1990) is a British motorcycle racer, who competes for the One Energy Racing team in the 2019 FIM Enel MotoE World Cup.[1] An experienced test and race rider in MotoGP, Smith competes in MotoE alongside a test and reserve role for the Aprilia factory MotoGP team, and runs as an occasional wildcard entry.[2]


Smith's career began in the Aprilia Superteens series, before securing a full season ride in the Spanish 125cc Championship in 2005.[3] A strong conclusion to that campaign saw Smith secure second and a seat in the full 125cc World Championship, becoming a factory Honda rider in the junior category.[3] It proved to be a strong maiden campaign for Smith, with the Brit finishing as rookie of the year with a best finish of eighth.[3]

Moto Dreams

Smith would complete four more seasons in the 125cc World Championship, finishing runner-up in 2009.[3] After finishing fourth in 2010 Smith secured a deal to move into the Moto2 World Championship, partnering Mike di Meglio whom had denied him a seat in the series in 2010.[3] The Brit would go on to have an impressive maiden season in Moto2, finishing seventh with several podium finishes.[3]

Smith would subsequently have a mixed campaign in 2012, becoming a regular points finisher but without a trip to the podium.[3] Regardless, employers Tech3 were satisfied enough to hand the Brit a seat in the full MotoGP World Championship for 2013, where he again proved to be a consistent point scorer.[3] He would, however, have to wait until the closing stages of the 2014 season to secure his first podium finish, finishing that season in eighth.[3]

A third MotoGP season saw Smith almost claim his first victory, although he would ultimately have to settle for second at the race in San Marino.[3] Sixth that season earned him a fourth MotoGP campaign, although a poor season with his Tech3 Yamaha saw the Brit dropped at the end of the season.[3] The Brit subsequently moved to the KTM factory squad, although two seasons with the Austrian firm saw the Brit struggle to get into the top ten on a regular basis.[3]

For 2019 Smith would sign up with the Aprilia MotoGP squad, albeit in the role of a test/reserve rider.[2]

MotoE History

Smith was one of the later riders to be confirmed for the inaugural 2019 FIM Enel MotoE World Cup, joining the One Energy Racing.[1] He subsequently emerged as one of the stronger riders in the field during pre-season testing, before claiming second in the season opening 2019 German MotoE Race.[4]

Full MotoE Record

Shown below are a series of tables outlining Bradley Smith's career in MotoE in statistical form.

MotoE Entries

The list below includes all of the teams and cars, as well as overall finishing positions for Bradley Smith during their MotoE career:

Bradley Smith's Overall MotoE Record
Year Entrant No. Car Pos. Pts.
2019 Flag of Malaysia.png One Energy Racing[1] 38 Energica Ego Corsa

Career Results

Below is a table showing Bradley Smith's full MotoE record.

FIM MotoE World Cup Record
Year Rounds Pos. Pts.
1 2 3 4 5 6
2019 Flag of Germany.png Flag of Austria.png Flag of San Marino.png Flag of San Marino.png Flag of Valencia.png Flag of Valencia.png 3rd 48
2nd 3rd 12th 8th


Videos and Images:


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 'Smith teams up with One Energy Racing for 2019 MotoE™ season',, (Dorna Sports SL, 05/11/2018),, (Accessed 07/07/2019)
  2. 2.0 2.1 Jamie Klein, 'KTM MotoGP racer Bradley Smith announced as 2019 Aprilia test rider',, (Motorsport Network, 07/09/2018),, (Accessed 11/07/2019)
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named Smi
  4. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named Ger19R


2019 FIM Enel MotoE World Cup
Ajo MotoEAvintia RacingDynavolt Intact GPEG 0,0 Marc VDSJoin Contract Pons 40LCR E-TeamOcto Pramac MotoEOne Energy RacingOngetta SIC58 Squadra CorseOpenbank Ángel Nieto TeamTech3 E-RacingTrentino Gresini MotoE
Energica Motorcycle Company
Ego Corsa
2 Jesko Raffin • 4 Héctor Garzó • 5 Alex de Angelis • 6 María Herrera • 7 Niccolò Canepa • 10 Xavier Siméon • 11 Matteo Ferrari • 14 Randy de Puniet • 15 Sete Gibernau • 16 Joshua Hook • 18 Nicolás Terol • 27 Mattia Casadei • 32 Lorenzo Savadori • 38 Bradley Smith • 51 Eric Granado • 63 Mike di Meglio • 66 Niki Tuuli • 78 Kenny Foray
GermanAustriaSan Marino 1San Marino 2Valencia 1Valencia 2
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