Sting Ray Robb

Driver #51 Dale Coyne Racing with RWR Honda

Birthdate: September 3, 2001
Hometown: Payette, Idaho

Since he was three, Sting Ray Robb, from Payette, Idaho, has aspired to be a racecar driver. This all-American, Champion driver has already enjoyed a “fantastic dream” driving career. While competing against the world’s best at every level, he has garnered numerous honors, trophies, podiums and championships along the way.

Yes, Sting Ray, is his real legal name and he believes he was born to race! As soon as he was able to walk and talk, he asked for a race car. And so with a little pedal red Corvette, the journey began.

Sting Ray started kart racing at age 5. Over the next ten years he garnered several National Titles and was twice ranked the number one US Driver in his age group. He remains the only Triple Crown winner – having won the Florida Winter Tour Championship, the CanAm Championship and the Challenge of the Americas Championship all in the same year. He earned a much coveted seat on Team USA in three consecutive years that allowed him to compete in Spain, Portugal and Italy. His transition to formula open wheel began at the Skip Barber Karts to Cars Shootout, where he was the recipient of the Bryan Herta Scholarship and named the Winter Series Rookie of the Year. That scholarship enabled him to transition to the Road to Indy at the age of 15.

Sting Ray’s success continued culminating with the 2020 Indy Pro 2000 CHAMPIONSHIP. He finished that Championship season with 5 Poles, 7 Victories, 11 Podiums, 5 Fastest Laps, 4 Track Records and was the only driver to complete all 485 laps, along with leading the most laps for the entire season.

That Indy Pro Championship provided Sting Ray the opportunity to transition to Indy Lights where he successfully piloted the #2 to the 2022 Indy Lights VICE CHAMPIONSHIP. Sting Ray finished the 2022 season with 11 Top Five finishes, 8 Podiums, 4 Fastest Laps, 2 Poles, 1 Win, 99% Laps Completed.

Sting Ray is now realizing his dream of driving in the NTT INDYCAR Series.


2022 – Indy Lights VICE CHAMPION

  • Season – 17 Drivers representing 10 Countries
  • 14 Races
  • 11 Top 5 Finishes
  • 8 Podiums
  • 4 Fastest Laps
  • 2 Poles
  • 1 Win
  • 99% Race Laps Completed
  • Dubbed “CAPTAIN CONSISTENT” by 2022 NBC/Peacock race announcers

2020 Road To Indy Indy Pro 2000 CHAMPION

  • Season – 21 Drivers representing 8 Countries
  • 17 Races
  • 15 Top 5 Finishes
  • 5 Poles
  • 11 Podiums
  • 5 Fastest Laps
  • 7 Wins (with 8 other race winners)
  • 100% Race Laps Completed – Only Driver To Complete All 485 Laps – Also Most Laps Led

2020 CHAMPIONSHIP Scholarship Award Recipient

2018, 2019 AND 2021 Annual Road To Indy “Spirit” Award

2019 AND 2020 AIM Annual “Move of The Year” Award

2017 Open-Wheel Awards: Recipient of “PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE MAKE IT TO INDYCAR Award” Marshall Pruett of RACER Magazine

2016 Bryan Herta Scholarship Award Skip Barber Racing Skip Barber Racing – Rookie of the Year Winter Series
Youngest driver ever to compete in NASCAR K & N Racing


  • First / Only Ever “Triple Crown” Champion (International series) in same year
  • 2015 Florida Winter Tour Champion
  • 2015 Can-Am Series Champion
  • 2015 Challenge of the Americas Champion
  • Named “TOP US DRIVER” in age bracket 2014 AND 2015
  • Named to TEAM USA three consecutive years; Spain, Portugal and Italy.
  • Grand Marshall of local hometown parade
  • Over 255 Trophies & Awards garnered throughout racing career
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