Tim Slade (in blue driving suit) at the 2011 Ipswich 300
|V8 Supercar Record|
|Current team||James Rosenberg Racing|
|2012 Championship position||5th (2790 pts)|
Tim Slade (born 3 August 1985) in Hornsby NSW is an Australian motor racing driver. Slade currently competes for James Rosenberg Racing, a satellite team of Stone Brothers Racing in the International V8 Supercars Championship.
 Early career
Slade first appeared at a national level racing Formula 3. During the 2004 Australian Formula 3 Championship Slade in his rookie season with Team BRM he won his first race with the team making a one-off appearance at the penultimate round of the series. Slade returned to Formula 3 for the following season but had scored just 25 points after the first four races (compared to the 57 points of joint series leaders Chris Alajajian and Michael Trimble) and the season was curtailed at that point.
Taking a step backwards, Slade competed in his first full season at national level in 2006, racing for Sonic Motor Racing in the 2006 Australian Formula Ford Championship. Slade narrowly lost a season long battle with John Martin for the title.
 V8 Supercars
Turning his back on open wheelers, Slade moved into the Fujitsu V8 Supercar Series for the 2007 Season, starting the season with ANT Racing in a Ford BA Falcon. However Slade's season was blighted by a team shift mid-season, moving to MW Motorsport and finished ninth in the points but showed some promise, including a second place finish in the reverse grid race at Queensland Raceway.
2008 saw Slade form his own team, Slade Speed, acquiring a Holden VZ Commodore from Perkins Motorsport. Early in the season Slade won the Wakefield Park round, but poor results at Queensland Raceway and at Mount Panorama plus the limited resources available restricted Slade to seventh in the series results.
In 2010, Slade moved teams to the newly-formed James Rosenberg Racing, Driving the #47 Wilson Security Racing Falcon. His best result of the year was 5th Place at Darwin and later on at Phillip Island with Co-Driver Jack Perkins. For 2011, Slade remained with the team, with a new title sponsor of the #47 Falcon, Lucky 7.
 Career results
|2004||Australian Formula 3 Championship||10th||Dallara F301 Spiess-Opel||Team BRM|
|2004||Australian Formula Ford Championship||29th||Van Diemen RF01 Ford||Ben Fitzgerald|
|2005||Australian Drivers' Championship||11th||Dallara F304 Spiess-Opel||Team BRM|
|2006||Australian Formula Ford Championship||2nd||Van Diemen RF04 Ford||Sonic Motor Racing Services|
|2007||Fujitsu V8 Supercar Series||9th||Ford BA Falcon||A.N.T. Racing
|2008||Fujitsu V8 Supercar Series||7th||Holden VZ Commodore||Sladespeed|
|2009||V8 Supercar Championship Series||23rd||Holden VE Commodore||Paul Morris Motorsport|
|2010||V8 Supercar Championship Series||16th||Ford FG Falcon||James Rosenberg Racing|
|2011||International V8 Supercars Championship||9th||Ford FG Falcon||James Rosenberg Racing|
|2012||International V8 Supercars Championship||5th||Ford FG Falcon||James Rosenberg Racing|
|2012||Australian Side x Side Rally Challenge||11th||Polaris RZR 900 XP||Polaris Off Road Vehicles|
- "Championship Standings: 2004 Australian F3 Championship". The official website of the Australian Formula 3 Championship Series. 2004. Retrieved 2009-03-02.
- "Championship Standings: 2005 Australian Drivers Championship". The official website of the Australian Formula 3 Championship Series. 2005. Retrieved 2009-03-02.
- "Tim Slade". Driver Database. Retrieved 2009-03-02.
- "Formula Ford Australia 2006". Driver Database. Retrieved 2009-03-02.
- "News: Rookie Slade secures Supercheap Auto Racing V8 seat alongside Ingall". supercheapautoracing.com.au. 2 March 2009. Retrieved 2009-03-02.[dead link]