Tim Christy started his auto racing involvement in 1981 at the age of 16 in the “Demo” class which he competed in for 9 years. He set a track record at “Cassidy Speedway” in 1987 and then moved up to the “Claimer” class in 1991, finishing 2nd in points in 1992.
In 1993 he won the Claimer championship, coming 1st in the most main events during that season and in 1994 advanced to the “Stockcar” class where he finished 7th in points.
In 1995 Tim received the “Member of the Year” trophy and finished 5th in the year-end standings. 1996 saw him win the Stockcar championship and also set the “Saratoga Speedway” track record. He was Stockcar champion and was awarded “Driver of the Year” in 1997. He repeated this for the ’98 season as well as being the track record holder and winning “Sportsman of the Year”.
In 1999, he moved up to the “Late Model” division, receiving “Rookie of the Year” and also winning the year end championship. In 2000 he won his 5th straight championship, getting Driver of the Year and “Best Appearing Car” awards. He won his 6th straight championship in 2001 and held the track record with his crew chief being awarded “Mechanic of the Year”.
In 2002 and 2003 he finished 2nd in points and also set the track record at “Agassiz Speedway”. In 2004 he won the “Winn River Invitational” 100 lap race at “Shasta Speedway” in California. In 2005 he won the “Dewalt Miller Springs Mainland Late Model” championship. He was 2nd in the “Katana” racing series in 2006, 2007 and 2008. In 2009 he was 3rd in the “ARCA West” racing series and finished 4th in it the following year, also winning Best Appearing Car.
Tim then retired from driving and subsequently for a time was an executive member of the “Victoria Auto Racing Hall of Fame”.