Tim Cameron

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Timmie Head Shot with Background E11 BPHName: Tim (Timmie) Cameron

Team Name: Tim Cameron Racing

Type of Vehicle:

Rock Bouncer; TC Built all tube chassis Buggy

Career Highlights:

Multiple Bounty Hill Winner
2014 King of the Hammers 10th place finisher

About:

Rock Bouncer Tim Cameron hails from Tennessee where he enjoys building and fabrication, racing, and hunting.

“Ive been in the sport since I was 15 years old . I love the adrenalin rush of goin fast and being on top of my game. And always try to do my best a building my car and driving my car to a spot on the podium for a finish.”

Q & A with Timmie:

Q: What was your first off-road vehicle? How old were you?
A: Built cy 7 Jeep, a 1 ton, 383 stroker, leaf sprung, 44″ tires, I was 15 years old.

Q: What/Who got you into the off-road world and behind the steering wheel?
A: When I was 13 years old I would go with my buddy Joe Matlock to Tellico plains. He got me into the sport.

Q: What is your proudest racing moment?
A: It would have to be the first time I got to name my own bounty hill; when I climbed Showtime Hill in Hotsprings, Arkansas.

Q: What are your three most memorable racing moments?
A: Climbing Showtime Hill, climbing Cameron Hill at Windrock (still the only one to climb) and climbing One Shot Hill at Kink Knob.

Q: Who has inspired your success and why?
A: The people out there building and competing with their own rigs. Competing against them is very inspiring to work harder.

Q: What is the one moment you keep replaying in your head?
A: At the King Knob race there was a turn I tried to take too sharp and I clipped a tree. It cost me the win for the day!

Q: What was your worst wreck? What did it take to get back in the car again?
A: The Green Goblin backflipped. I knew it was just a mistake though so I jumped back in and just learned from it.

Q: Do you have a training regiment? What does your daily grind look like?
A: A lot of hunting, which includes walking. So that’s my work out.

Q: Walk us through getting ready for a typical race How much time and preparation is invested?
A: Typically there are bolt checks, fluid changes, test runs, etc. There is about 15 hours of prep all in all.

Q: Do you drive fast everyday or just at the races?
A: A little bit of both.

Q: Zip Ties or Duct Tape?
A: Zip Ties

Marketing Partners:

Ouverson Engineering, PTC Transmissions, Trailworthy Fab, PSC Steering, Gofourth Tire, Offroad Solutions, Hayes Farms, McCormic Machine.

Contact Info:

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timcameronracing@aol.com

 

Website 50
timcameronracing.com

 

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www.facebook.com/pages/Tim-Cameron

 

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www.facebook.com/TCameronRacing

 

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@tim_cameron_racing

 

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