Everingham had his first taste for motor racing when he competed in Karting at just 10 years of age. As his love for the sport grew and his talent became notable, the then 15 year old launched into Formula 4. Tyler’s rise continued when he competed in the Australian Production Car Series (2017), the internationally recognised Bathurst 12-hour (2018) and then his biggest break-through in 2018, the Kuhmo Tyre Australian V8 Touring Car National Series where he was crowned the overall Champion.
The young teen made an enormous impression, so in 2019 Tyler made his debut in the fiercely competitive Dunlop Super 2 Series. An impressive first year, the rookie finished the season with an overall sixth place in the Championship and was also awarded the Mike Kable Young Gun Award, an honourable achievement that has also been presented to past and current legends of the Supercars including Marcos Ambrose, Rick Kelly, Mark Winterbottom and Scott McLaughlin.
2010 - 2015
STATE & NATIONAL
- Ranked #10 Top Karter's in Aust
- NSW State Champion Junior Clubman
- 4th Australian Karting Championship
- NSW State Runner Up JNL
- Australasian Gold Cup - 1st JNL & 1st Junior Clubman
- Race of Stars 3rd
- Youngest driver to compete in 2016 in the CAMS Jayco to Formula 4 Championship
- Finished 7th Overall in the Championship Standings
- Finished 5th Overall in the Formula 4 Championship Standings
- 2 podium finishes (Barbagallo Raceway & Sydney Motorsport Park)
- Australian Production Cars: 1st Class C Championship & 1st Class C Series Cup Championship
V8 TOURING CAR
BATHURST 12 HOUR
- V8 Touring Car - Champion (1st)
- 8 race wins from 12 races
- 5 round podiums
- Co-drive with Grant Denyer & Garry Jacobson in Marc I car in Bathurst 12 Hour
- Finished 3rd at Bathurst 12 Hour Invitational Class
2019 - 2021
- Finished 6th Overall in the V8 Touring Car Championship Standings
- Race Win - Sandown Raceway
- Qualified 2nd Bathurst Round
- Awarded Supercars Mike Kable Young Gun Award
R U OK?
As an ambassador for R U OK? I am grateful that I am able to raise awareness, offer support and start conversations about suicide prevention and mental health.
R U OK? Day is Thursday 9 September 2021. It’s our national day of action when we remind Australians that every day is the day to ask, “Are you OK?” if someone in your world is struggling with life’s ups a