Bullet Sports Management Ltd.

TOM ONSLOW-COLE

Tom Onslow-Cole is a talented driver in anything he jumps in… in fact he has won multiple championships in both touring cars and GTs, and even took a World Rallycross Championship RX Lites podium in his first rallycross event. He is widely recognised as one of the world’s best Pro-Am professionals, thanks to his hard-work, professionalism, team spirit and business mind, and has taken amateur drivers from beginner to international champion in just a few years. He has also represented manufacturers in touring cars and GT3, most recently racing for BMW in the world-famous Nurburging 24 Hours. 

“I’ve self-managed for my whole career and I’ve got a very successful programme as a result, but I’ve signed with Bullet because I believe they can find more opportunities for me – as far as I’m concerned, you can’t race too much! The lap I’ve chosen to show is the one of Bathurst that led me to be signed as a BMW works driver for Nurburgring 24 Hours. I knew I only had a few laps to impress the BMW bosses so it was a case of all or bust. I was on old tyres but still pushed like crazy. It worked and they signed me straight up!” 

STARTS
384
PODIUM FINISHES
108
FASTEST LAPS
47
WINS
39
POLE POSITIONS
39
NEXT RACE
13-15/11 - GTWCE - Paul Ricard 1000

Tom Onslow-Cole is a talented driver in anything he jumps in… in fact he has won multiple championships in both touring cars and GTs, and even took a World Rallycross Championship RX Lites podium in his first rallycross event. He is widely recognised as one of the world’s best Pro-Am professionals, thanks to his hard-work, professionalism, team spirit and business mind, and has taken amateur drivers from beginner to international champion in just a few years. He has also represented manufacturers in touring cars and GT3, most recently racing for BMW in the world-famous Nurburging 24 Hours. 

“I’ve self-managed for my whole career and I’ve got a very successful programme as a result, but I’ve signed with Bullet because I believe they can find more opportunities for me – as far as I’m concerned, you can’t race too much! The lap I’ve chosen to show is the one of Bathurst that led me to be signed as a BMW works driver for Nurburgring 24 Hours. I knew I only had a few laps to impress the BMW bosses so it was a case of all or bust. I was on old tyres but still pushed like crazy. It worked and they signed me straight up!” 

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