Virgin Australia Supercars Championship
Position
15
Points
1940
Penalty 0
Average Qualifying Position 12.9
Average finishing Position 12.8

biography

Date of birth
03/08/1985 (Age 34)
Place of birth
Hornsby, NSW
Lives
Gold Coast, Queensland
Status
Partner, Dani
Outside of Racing
Cycling, fitness, training
Personal Vehicle
Wilier Zero 7
Engineer
Tony Woodward
Follow Tim Slade

The 2019 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship marks 10 years since Tim Slade joined the field with Paul Morris Motorsport.

Slade has spent the last three seasons with Brad Jones Racing, with eighth in the standings in 2016 also including his first victories at Winton.

He has finished 11th in the points the last two years, ahead of team-mate Nick Percat in 2017 and just behind last term.

The South Australian had shifted from Walkinshaw Racing at the end of 2015 amid the team’s decision to downsize.

After limited campaigns in Formula Ford and Formula 3, Slade got a full season in the former in 2006 and made it count, finishing second in the Australian Formula Ford Championship.

He progressed to the Dunlop Super2 Series in 2007, and the following year ran his own car to claim the Privateers’ Cup and a race win at Wakefield Park.

Slade’s persistence captured the attention of Supercars team owner Morris, and he was rewarded with a full-time drive in 2009, scoring top 10 results in the Phillip Island and Bathurst endurance races.

A shift to Stone Brothers Racing in 2010 yielded further improvements, Slade finishing 16th before taking his first podium finish in ’11 en-route to ninth.

What remains a career best of fifth followed in 2012, before the Ford squad transformed into Erebus Motorsport with the challenging Mercedes package.

Slade then spent the 2014 and ’15 seasons in Walkinshaw Racing Commodores, adding four podiums to his tally before joining BJR.

latest News

Slade, Reynolds in for 12 Hour

Grid rapidly taking shape with more Supercars veterans confirmed
16/01/2020

Slade not finished with full-time driving

‘I think I’m still capable of doing the job when everything’s right’
09/12/2019

Season Progress

Event Race Qualifying Finish Championship
2019 Superloop Adelaide 500 ›
Race 1 › 11 17 17
Race 2 › 11 4 9
2019 Beaurepaires Melbourne 400 ›
Race 3 › 6 6 8
Race 4 › 9 8 8
Race 5 › 3 3 5
Race 6 › 9 7 5
2019 Tyrepower Tasmania SuperSprint ›
Race 7 › 7 7 5
Race 8 › 12 12 8
2019 WD-40 Phillip Island SuperSprint ›
Race 9 › 15 17 8
Race 10 › 20 9 8
2019 PIRTEK Perth SuperNight ›
Race 11 › 9 11 9
Race 12 › 11 11 9
2019 Truck Assist Winton SuperSprint ›
Race 13 › 19 13 9
Race 14 › 19 12 10
2019 BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown ›
Race 15 › 16 NC 10
Race 16 › 17 18 11
2019 Watpac Townsville 400 ›
Race 17 › 16 16 12
Race 18 › 9 12 12
2019 Century Batteries Ipswich SuperSprint ›
Race 19 › 13 NC 14
Race 20 › 23 17 15
2019 OTR SuperSprint ›
Race 21 › 17 14 15
Race 22 › 10 12 15
2019 ITM Auckland SuperSprint ›
Race 23 › 13 11 15
Race 24 › 12 18 15
2019 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 ›
Race 25 › 9 NC 17
2019 Vodafone Gold Coast 600 ›
Race 26 › 8 8 16
Race 27 › 17 17 16
2019 Penrite Oil Sandown 500 ›
Race 29 › 23 20 16
Race 30 › 19 13 16
2019 Coates Hire Newcastle 500 ›
Race 31 › 9 9 16
Race 32 › 8 3 15

Vehicle detail

Holden Commodore ZB
ENGINE:
Freightliner & Timken Racing

Brad Jones Racing is the only regionally-based Virgin Australia Supercars Championship team, the family-owned outfit working out of Albury near the New South Wales and Victorian border.

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