Unlike the average person, Timmy Hill spends the weekends strapped into a racecar going 100+ mph. He shares the love for racing with 43 other competitors every Sunday competing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Timmy Hill stands out in the crowd since this is his first official year involved with the Sprint Cup, but many have taken notice of him considering he is only 20 years old.
The young driver from Maryland enjoys spending his time behind a steering wheel learning and growing each race. He even commits his off time studying and reviewing past track experiences. "You can improve each race, and I am determined to do just that." Hill, states.
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 also had a best finish of 11th in his Rookie season at Road America.
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