Tom Wood

Name Tom Wood
FIA grade Silver
Nationality British
Height 1.72 m
Date of birth 02 / 11 / 2001
Place of birth Derby (GBR)
Residence Derby (GBR)
Official website tomwoodracing.co.uk
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Why GT4 European Series It is one of the most competitive GT4 series in the world on the pathway to a successful career
This season's goals To win races in the Pro/Am category
Greatest achievement Famous Ginetta Junior win at Snetterton "Move of the century" quoted by commentator Paul O Neill
Racing since 2006 in karts
Race career (highlights) 2019 Aston Martin Racing Academy driver (Supported by MSV Donington Park) and Christopher Tate ex CEO of DP
2018 British GT Best qualifying 2nd overall at Silverstone, 3rd overall at Snetterton and 6th overall at Donington Park 4 top ten finishes
2017 Simpson Products Ginetta Junior Championship • 10 podiums • 1 win • 5th in the championship overall • “move of the century” to win at Snetterton( as commented by Paul O’ Neil)
2016 Simpson Products Ginetta Junior Championship • 4th in rookie championship • 9 rookie podiums • 2 overall podiums (2nd & 3rd) • Highest placed young driver
2015 Junior Karting • British Formula Kart Stars Junior Champion • British Kartmasters Junior X30 Champion • Kartmasters Driver of the Day award
2014 National Level IAME Cadet Karting • TVKC Winter Series Minimax Vice Champion • Little Green Man IAME Cadet National Champion • 4th British IAME Cadet Championship
2013 National Level IAME and Comer Cadet Karting • 3rd British Cadet Championship • 3rd National Cadet Championship • Top Rookie in both Championships • Vice GP and O Plate Champion • TVKC Winter Club Champion
2012 National Level Cadet Karting • 9th in Formula Kart Stars British Cadet Championship • Highest Placed Young Driver • TVKC Club Champion • 3rd Kartmasters British Kart Grand Prix • Spirit of Kartmasters award • Whilton Mill Brazilian Cup Winner Early years Racing History
2006 to 2011 • Most successful Bambino Kart racer at Buckmore Park winning 12 out of 18 rounds • Voted most promising Cadet driver in 2010 by Shenington Kart club