Frazer Nash was a brand of British sports car manufactured from 1922 first by Frazer Nash Limited founded by engineer Archibald Frazer-Nash. On its financial collapse in 1927 a new company, AFN Limited, was incorporated. Control of AFN passed to Harold John Aldington in 1929.

Until the Second World War AFN continued to produce a small number of sports cars badged Frazer Nash incorporating a unique multi-chain transmission. It continued after the war making another 85 sports cars before ending manufacture in 1957. The post-war cars had conventional transmissions. Frazer Nash cars participated in four Grands Prix counting towards the World Championship of Drivers. Drivers of Frazer Nash cars scored 3 World Championship points. All Grand Prix races counting towards the 1952 World Championship were restricted to Formula Two cars.

Activity: 1952
Grand Prix: 4
Best Result: 4th - K. Wharton (Swiss 1952)
Best Grid Position: 7th - K. Wharton (Belgium, Netherland 1952)
Fastest Laps: 0
Championship Points: -