|Born||Reginald Harold Haslam Parnell Jr.|
25 June 1932
Derby, Derbyshire, England, UK
|Died||5 April 2017 84) (aged|
Littleover, Derbyshire, England, UK
|Formula One World Championship career|
|Active years||1959, 1961, 1963|
|Teams||privateer Cooper and Lotus|
|Entries||4 (2 starts)|
|First entry||1959 British Grand Prix|
|Last entry||1963 German Grand Prix|
Reginald Harold Haslam "Tim" Parnell Jr. (25 June 1932 – 5 April 2017)was a British racing driver from England. He and was the son of Reg Parnell, another racing driver.
He participated in four Formula One World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on 18 July 1959, and qualified for two of them. He scored no championship points. His only finish was tenth place in the 1961 Italian Grand Prix at Monza.
After his father's death in 1964, he took on the running of Reg Parnell Racing and on occasion managed his own team with entries for Mike Spence and Pedro Rodriguez.He went on to manage the BRM Formula One team from 1970–74.
Parnell died on 5 April 2017 at the age of 84.
|1959||Reg Parnell Racing||Cooper T45 (F2)||Climax Straight-4||MON||500||NED||FRA|| GBR |
|1961||Tim Parnell||Lotus 18||Climax Straight-4||MON||NED||BEL||FRA|| GBR |
|GER|| ITA |
|1963||Tim Parnell||Lotus 18/21||Climax Straight-4||MON||BEL||NED||FRA||GBR|| GER |
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