|Born||23 September 1987|
|British Formula Three Championship|
|Former teams||Fluid Motorsport Development|
|Best finish||1st in 2010|
|2006–2007 2008-2012||British Formula Ford Championship British Formula Three Championship|
|2008||British F3 National Class|
Bridger began racing in karts at the age of 8, winning four karting championships before starting his professional career in British Formula Ford in 2006. He finished fifth in the championship in 2007 and finished sixth in the Duratec class at the Formula Ford Festival and 10th in the Walter Hayes Trophy. In 2008 he moved to the British Formula Three Championship and won the National Class. He moved to the main championship in 2009 and finished 15th in points. In 2010 he improved to 14th overall. He now runs his own team, Bridger Motorsport, as well as racing part-time.