From the time Timmy Hill strapped into a go-kart, his career behind the wheel has accelerated at a crazy pace. In 2005, his first year in karts, Hill brought home over 80 victories and multiple championships including two World Karting Association (WKA) championships.

After seeing so much success in his first year, the young driver moved to a Bandolero and earned ten wins in his first season. 2007 saw Hill make the switch to Legend cars and the Allison Legacy Series. This was a big adjustment, but by the following year Hill was wracking up wins once more.

In 2008, Hill brought home the hardware four times in his Legend car and twice in the Allison Legacy Series where he also finished in the top-five in the championship point standings.
The next year Hill earned 10 wins behind the wheel of his Allison Legacy Series car and earned the national championship. He also saw success in his Legend, earning two wins in the Winter Heat Series and one win at the Summer Shootout at Charlotte Motor Speedway (NC).

2010 was a milestone for Hill who once again made the transition to a bigger car. In addition to running Legends, where he earned another seven wins, Hill also made starts in the ARCA Racing Series and the K&N Pro Series. He earned a seventh-place K&N Pro Series finish at Toyota Speedway (CA) as well as a top-10 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NH). In ARCA, he earned a top-10 finish at Toledo Speedway.

In 2011, Hill ran the complete NASCAR Nationwide Series schedule behind the wheel of the No. 15 for Rick Ware Racing and earned the Rookie of the Year honors. Hill was the youngest NASCAR Rookie of the Year at age 18. Hill had a best finish of 11th in his Rookie season at Road America.

In 2012, Hill made his first Cup start at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Running the majority of the Nationwide Schedule, Hill earned his two best finishes at Daytona with a 7th and 9th place finishes. At the end of the 2012 season Hill made 3 starts with FAS Lane Racing where Hill earned his best Sprint Cup Series finish of 22nd at the Kansas Speedway.

In 2013, Hill completed his Freshman year in the Sprint Cup Series. Running 19 of the races driving the #32 for FAS Lane Racing, Hill earned 2 rookie of the races against his tough rookie class of Ricky Stenhouse Jr and Danica Patrick. Hill also made a handful of starts in the Nationwide and Truck series where his best finish of 6th came at Talladega driving the #1 truck for Rick Ware Racing.

As 2014, Hill found himself competing in both the Nationwide Series along with the Sprint Cup Series. Hill found himself earning his best finishes on the short tracks of Bristol and Dover earning himself a pair of 21st place finishes in his short 18 race season. With much to prove Hill banged on many doors for more opportunity to drive in 2015.

The 2015 racing season was a change of pace for Timmy Hill. Hill drove in all three of NASCAR’s elite levels of the Sprint Cup, Xfinity, and the Camping World Truck Series.  Between the three series, Hill made 36 starts in 2015. Hill’s best runs were made on the super speedways where he earned his best finish of 11th in the July Daytona race for JGL Motorsports. The 2015 had many challenges for Hill as found himself in a “must qualify into the field” position to make the shows each week in the Sprint Cup Series. This found Hill digging deep to make some good qualifying efforts with his best of 2015 being 32nd. Hill also took over most of the starts for the #94 Premium Motorsports truck to help guide the new team to a top 20 position in points for the season. As the 2016 season approaches, Hill looks to keep all the momentum going.