Radical SR1 Cup

A talented youngster with pedigree in both single seater and sports car racing, Tom Wood has certainly made a name for himself in GT racing.

Tom started out in karting when he was just 6 years old, where he won 12 out of the 18 races he competed in, in the Bambino class.

He moved into bigger karts and in the cadet class from the age of 8 until the age of 13. Tom went on to winning the TVKC club championship, LGM national championship, as well as winning multiple rounds in the British championship placing 3rd in 2013. In 2015, he won the British FKS championship and the British Kart grand prix, as well as achieving driver of the day out of the 200 plus drivers taking part. Tom moved into cars in 2016 with memorable results coming at Knockhill placing 3rd overall and an incredible 2nd at Rockingham later that year. In 2017, Tom placed 5th overall in a tough year with a memorable win coming at Snetterton with the “move of the century”. In 2018 Tom stepped up to the British GT championship in the GT4 class where he was consistently fighting for podiums and wins all year.

In 2019, Tom competed in the European GT4 championship with Walero founder and CEO, Fiona James – racing for Academy Motorsport in the new Aston Martin Vantage GT4 car, claiming two podium finishes at Brands Hatch. The championship is one of the most competitive GT4 championships in the world with more than 40 cars competing. The championship covers five countries racing round some of the most famous circuits in the world.

In 2020 & 2021, Tom raced in the revered VLN championship – at the infamous Nurburgring Nordschleife where he amassed several podium finishes and impressive race results.

In 2022, Tom competed in a dual campaign across Europe, in ADAC GT4 with Racing One and the Radical SR1 Pro championship with Team Derby Motorsport respectively. Tom would claim multiple podium finishes and pole positions as the team narrowly missed out on the ADAC title after fierce competition. His endeavours in the Radical SR1 championship would see Team Derby Motorsport mount a title charge in their debut season, with Tom amassing multiple wins, podiums, pole positions and fastest laps in the process.

2023 saw Tom once again embark on a dual campaign with his sights firmly set on securing championship glory in both the ADAC and Radical championships. He would claim second in the Pro class of the Radical SR1 cup and battle valiantly alongside teammate, Moh Ritson, behind the wheel of the brand new BMW M4 GT4 to secure a podium finish and plenty of points finishes for FK Performance Motorsport.