Brayden Elliott is extremely excited and proud to announce that going forward he will be managing his own team, and competing in the British Superstock 1000 Championship as “NO BULL Racing” on a Suzuki GSXR 1000 R.

Elliott and his family made the tough decision to split from their previous 2018 racing plans, leaving them with no direct future path. Knowing that Elliott wanted to stay and compete in Britain has sparked the formation of NO BULL Racing.

NO BULL Racing will comprise of Brayden and his partner Eliza who will handle all Media and Public Relations activities, Andrew Lund who is Crew Chief, and Grant Whitaker who will act as the second mechanic for the team.

Why NO BULL Racing as the name? NO BULL Racing is a stand for what is right. Competing overseas in the world’s toughest domestic road racing championship is a tough feet. Discovering life in a completely new country has been challenging for both Brayden and his partner Eliza, and NO BULL represents that no matter the situation they will get through it, and they will not stand for people trying to overcome them.

Looking ahead to the future, to this next venture Brayden made comment on his excitement and content in starting his own team, “I am very proud to be officially starting my own team in the British Superstock 1000 Championship. It hasn’t been a decision that I have taken lightly, and with the support of my family, partner Eliza and sponsors I have been lucky enough to be able to make the decision to take my racing career into my own hands, and start this team,” he began.

“Overall I needed to do something that was going to put me back in control of my own future, and I definitely think that running my own race team will give me the best opportunity to succeed. I have run my own team in the past and had great success but of course, doing this on the other side of the world isn’t as easy as it sounds. I have been fortunate enough to meet some extremely kind people that have been helping me to make this a reality.

“I have been able to surround myself with trusting and caring people who have the same goals and vision in mind both for the team and myself.

“It is really nice to be able to choose which brand of bike I wanted to ride, and for me, Suzuki was an easy decision and is a brand that feels very close to home. Trying to accumulate the necessary parts and infrastructure required to run a race team has been very challenging, but I can’t thank so many people enough for their generosity and support to make this racing team happen.

“I am excited to get back out there in the British Superstock 1000cc Championship at Round 4 at Snetterton Circuit. It has been difficult to watch from the sidelines and not be in the action doing what I love but to be able to start my own team, and go back with a clear vision in my head feels like a fresh start. I am excited to start building on what is going to be a great team, and a successful rest of the year,” Elliott concluded.

Brayden will debut NO BULL Racing at round 4 of the BSB Championship, June 15-17. Follow Brayden and NO BULL Racing throughout their journey in the British Superstock 1000 Championship by heading to or liking

his official Facebook and Instagram pages.