Tim Considine, originally known as one of America’s premier child actors, has lived through a career that encompasses being one of the original Disney stars of the Mickey Mouse Club, Spin and Marty, My Three Sons and, later, in Patton. He progressed to script writing and directing and still does documentary work.
Considine, early into motor racing on the West Coast and still proud owner of a Cooper S, has been around cars for all his life. He raced, with some success, around the club circuits of Southern California and followed racing around the world, as both a spectator and a journalist.
Considine’s American Grand Prix Racing; A Century of Drivers & Cars received the prestigious Dean Batchelor Award and besides being the reference book on US drivers overseas in Formula 1, reflects on his attitudes towards racing and cars.
Considine couples his writing skills with his photographic skills. He is featured in a variety of sporting magazines and does advertising, book covers and posters. He was an early pioneer of Internet design and manages a number of automotive related sites.
Tim Considine is available for vintage racing events, dinner meetings, business entertainment as well as projects enlisting his great variety of experiences and skills. Contact Race Legends for details and schedules.
Career Summary for Tim Considine
Author of American Grand Prix Racing; A Century of Drivers & Cars