Culture / Sporting Life

Texas Race Car Driver Stud and Jewelry Heir Named One of the World’s 50 Most Eligible Bachelors

Move Over JFK’s Grandson!

BY // 01.11.18

He’s the winner of the 2017 Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona race, a triathlete and the heir to one of Texas’ top jewelers – and now, Nick Boulle has another impressive accolade to add to the list. The Dallasite made Town & Country magazine’s Top 50 Bachelors of 2018.

Boulle’s been deemed one of the 50 most eligible bachelors in the world and one of “the good guys” by the well-respected  magazine. He joins a list that includes JFK’s grandson Jack Schlossberg; Brooklyn Beckham; and star of Get Out, Daniel Kaluuya. The magazine noted, “Amid the daily onslaught of headlines we offer a salve: the list of good guys.”

The honor came as a surprise to Boulle, who’s been busy preparing to compete in the upcoming Rolex 24.

“Truthfully, I forgot that I’d spoken to Sarah Bray at Town & Country very briefly a while back and so when someone messaged me with a link I was surprised to say the least!” he tells PaperCity.

The list was published online and in the January issue of Town & Country. Boulle was featured in a group of award-winning athletes, including New York Knicks superstar-to-be Kristaps Porzingis and Brazilian soccer icon Neymar.

“Several of the names on the list are guys I follow too which made it even more of a treat,” Boulle says.

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The 28-year-old race car driver only has one objection to the flattering profile: “I do wish I’d have had the forethought to mention my hound dog — he’s much more photogenic than I am!”

Read PaperCity’s full profile of Nick Boulle and his racing exploits here.

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