Tommy Nash

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Tommy Nash
Nationality Flag of Canada.svg.png Canadian
Born 14 October, 1994
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
F1RWRS
Debut Season 2013
Latest Season 2014
Current Team GRM
Car Number 16
Former Teams
Races 3 (3 starts)
Championships 0
Victories 0
Podiums 0
Points 0
Pole Positions 0
Fastest Laps 0
First Race 2013 F1RWRS Brazilian Grand Prix
First Victory
Last Victory
Last Race 2014 F1RWRS Belgian Grand Prix (Ongoing)
Best Finish =30th (2013)
F2RWRS
Debut Season 2014
Latest Season 2015
Current Team Holden Young Lions
Car Number 11
Former Teams
Races 15 (15 starts)
Championships 0
Victories 1
Podiums 1
Points 17
Pole Positions 0
Fastest Laps 0
First Race 2014 F2RWRS Turkish Grand Prix
First Victory 2014 F2RWRS British Grand Prix
Last Victory 2014 F2RWRS British Grand Prix
Last Race 2014 F2RWRS Indianapolis 100 (Ongoing)
Best Finish 13th (2014)


Tommy Nash (born October 14, 1994 in Winnipeg, Canada) is a driver for the F2RWRS team Holden Young Lions. He also drove a one-off race in the 2013 F1RWRS Brazilian GP and two more the next year.

Racing Career

Nash started karting at the age of 13. Despite his late entry into motorsport, he quickly caught on, and by 18 he was cited as one of the best up-and-coming racing drivers. Before he even turned 20, Nash got a one-off at GRM, most likely being a pay-driver. He finished 13th.

He also replaced Frank Zimmer during his suspension for two races in Belgium and Italy.

F2RWRS

Before he got signed for GRM he already had a contract in F2RWRS with Holden Young Lions. Nash started off the season by crashing at the first corner. Despite this, he scored 4 points within two races in Monaco and France. At Silverstone, Nash became the first person to win a race that wasn't Mitchell Macklin, and his dominant performance over his teammate George Liquor led to Liquor's sacking.

Other than that, Nash did not have any other notable results to put in for the season, primarily because of the teams' bad luck and sometimes unreliable cars. He was signed on for another year with Holden for 2015. However, after three races, Nash was benched in favour of Daniel Melville. Nash, being infuriated by this and the fact that he hadn't gotten a full-time driver with HRT in the F1RWRS, left the team and joined Aston Martin Motor Racing from Britain onwards. His first race nearly resulted in a fourth place, only to go off with a few laps to go. Nash placed eighth in the end, but former teammate Carter Simpson, furious that his team got sent down to Pre-Qualifying, initiated a brawl between the two. Nash had another fourth place in the books in Italy only for a tactical blunder within the team causing Nash to go down to sixth place. Nash was unimpressive otherwise and was replaced by Alessandro Marchesi near the end of the season.

In the USA GP, Nash got turned hard into a corner by Ryan Zimmer, breaking his left leg and causing a "strong concussion." The injuries were so severe that he decided to retire from open wheeled racing, given the circumstances.

F1RWRS Results

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 DC Pts
2013 GRM TAS AUS MEX USA MON FRA GBR GER NED BEL POR MED MAC CHN JPN BRA
13
=30th 0
2014 GRM TAS AUS BRA MEX USA MON FRA GBR GER BEL
Ret
ITA
Ret
MED NDS MAC CHN JPN =26th 0

F2RWRS Results

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 DC Pts
2014 Holden Young Lions TUR
Ret
MON
6
FRA
8
GBR
1
AUT
16
GER
8
NED
Ret
BEL
Ret
HUN
14
CZE
Ret
ITA
Ret
POR
7
ESP
Ret
CAN
16
USA
Ret
13th 17
2015 GRM Holden Young Lions TAS
15
RSA
Ret
TUR
11
MON
FRA
GBR
GER
BEL
AUT
ITA
NDS
SIN
JPN
USA
100
21st* 7*
Aston Martin Motor Racing TAS RSA TUR MON FRA GBR
8
GER
15*
BEL
Ret
AUT
Ret
ITA
6
NDS
Ret
SIN
9
JPN
6
USA
Ret
100

*Season in progress