Freelance writer for the Hamilton Spectator, The Toronto Star, Inside Track Motorsport News.
Started writing professionally about autos in mid-1970s as editor of Wheelspin News. Have written for Cars & Parts, Hemmings Motor News, The Canadian International Auto Show Program, Formula Media Group.
Authored several auto books for Firefly Books and Tundra Books.
Provide press material for several Canadian auto racing facilities and series.
Since joining AJAC, have tested/written on vehicles for the Toronto Star (Wheels), and Inside Track Motorsport News.
Inducted as a journalist into the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame.
No heated seats, no air conditioning, no seat belts, no FM radio, Tim Miller writes.
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Megan Mitchell, 24, is an ambassador for Lift the Visor, a self-help group created two years ago
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Tim Miller: Local firms adapt, and hope, during the long lockdown
As racing matured, the sexism in the winner’s circle faded, Tim Miller writes.
The series is the brainchild of NASCAR Cup crew chief Ray Evernham, who is building identical SRX Late Model race cars of 2,800 pounds motivated with ...
Indianapolis Motor Speedway can hold 400,000, writes Tim Miller
Tim Miller: New Sprint Car circuit to debut on April 17