Tim Edgell

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Tim Edgell
NationalityFlag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealander
Born (1980-08-08) 8 August 1980 (age 43)
V8SuperTourer career
Debut season 2012
Current teamEdgell Performance Racing
Car number8
Fastest laps0
Best finish8th in 2013
Previous series
2011–12 New Zealand V8s

Tim Edgell (born 8 August 1980) is a racing driver from New Zealand.



V8 SuperTourers

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.

Racing record

Career summary

2001-02 New Zealand Formula Ford Championship 700005720th
2002-03 New Zealand Formula Ford Championship 1500012058th
2003-04 New Zealand Formula Ford Championship 1946393711st
2005 Toyota Racing Series EPR14000047512th
2006-07 New Zealand V8s Ford Drivers20000037220th
2007-08 New Zealand V8s Edgell Performance Racing16000138315th
2008-09 New Zealand V8s Edgell Performance Racing20000063110th
2009-10 New Zealand V8s Edgell Performance Racing1811778554th
2010-11 New Zealand V8s Edgell Performance Racing2120268246th
2011-12 New Zealand V8s Edgell Performance Racing1221055834th
2012 V8 SuperTourers Edgell Performance Racing6000148822nd
2013 V8 SuperTourers Edgell Performance Racing21200219318th
2014 V8 SuperTourers Edgell Performance Racing1300005646th
2014-15 V8 SuperTourers Edgell Performance Racing1100039627th
2015-16 NZ Touring Cars Championship Tim Edgell Racing20010510732nd
2018-19GT1 New Zealand Racing Series3101127110th
2020-21 Racer Products NZV8s Championship Tim Edgell Racing12614115221st
New Zealand Sports Car SeriesTim Edgell Racing300030NC
2022 Racer Products NZV8s Championship Tim Edgell Racing540541401st

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