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|Born||8 August 1980|
|Current team||Edgell Performance Racing|
|Best finish||8th in 2013|
|2011–12||New Zealand V8s|
Tim Edgell (born 8 August 1980) is a racing driver from New Zealand.
In mid 2012, Edgell joined the all new V8SuperTourer category driving for his own team Edgell Performance Racing. It was a successful three rounds for the team, as the team managed to claim a pole position at the final meeting, at Ruapuna. Then in 2013, the team's first full season, they managed a race win with V8 Supercar driver Lee Holdsworth sharing the car with Edgell.
|2001-02||New Zealand Formula Ford Championship||7||0||0||0||0||57||20th|
|2002-03||New Zealand Formula Ford Championship||15||0||0||0||1||205||8th|
|2003-04||New Zealand Formula Ford Championship||19||4||6||3||9||371||1st|
|2005||Toyota Racing Series||EPR||14||0||0||0||0||475||12th|
|2006-07||New Zealand V8s||Ford Drivers||20||0||0||0||0||372||20th|
|2007-08||New Zealand V8s||Edgell Performance Racing||16||0||0||0||1||383||15th|
|2008-09||New Zealand V8s||Edgell Performance Racing||20||0||0||0||0||631||10th|
|2009-10||New Zealand V8s||Edgell Performance Racing||18||1||1||7||7||855||4th|
|2010-11||New Zealand V8s||Edgell Performance Racing||21||2||0||2||6||824||6th|
|2011-12||New Zealand V8s||Edgell Performance Racing||12||2||1||0||5||583||4th|
|2012||V8 SuperTourers||Edgell Performance Racing||6||0||0||0||1||488||22nd|
|2013||V8 SuperTourers||Edgell Performance Racing||21||2||0||0||2||1931||8th|
|2014||V8 SuperTourers||Edgell Performance Racing||13||0||0||0||0||564||6th|
|2014-15||V8 SuperTourers||Edgell Performance Racing||11||0||0||0||3||962||7th|
|2015-16||NZ Touring Cars Championship||Tim Edgell Racing||20||0||1||0||5||1073||2nd|
|2018-19||GT1 New Zealand Racing Series||3||1||0||1||1||271||10th|
|2020-21||Racer Products NZV8s Championship||Tim Edgell Racing||12||6||1||4||11||522||1st|
|New Zealand Sports Car Series||Tim Edgell Racing||3||0||0||0||3||0||NC|
|2022||Racer Products NZV8s Championship||Tim Edgell Racing||5||4||0||5||4||140||1st|
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