|Recorded a best
finish of 20th at Irwindale Speedway in Irwindale, California on
March 24th of 2001.
Debuted in the USAC Coors Light
Silver Bullet racing series in 1999.
Recorded a finish of 23rd in the 1999 "DuQuoin
Century" 100-mile race at the fames DuQuoin, Illinois
State Fairgrounds 1-mile dirt track.
|1999 Graduate of the Bertil Roos
Indy-style racing school at the 1-mile paved Nazareth Speedway
in Nazareth, Pennsylvania.
|Earned respect of open wheel
competitors and fans by finishing 11th in points out of 45
registered drivers in 1994 rookie season with the ARDC
(American Racing Drivers Club) series. This was
accomplished as an owner-driver, in a personally funded VW
Quickly showed ability to adapt to a new division by finishing
10th in first midget race, and consistent top-ten finishes
during the entire rookie season on both dirt and asphalt
Switched to wingless racing with the ARCA (Automobile Racing
Club of America) midget series on asphalt, finishing 12th in
points during the 1998 season, with a limited number of
Was invited by NEMA (North Eastern Midget Association) to
represent Pennsylvania in the annual Parts Peddler 50 at the
historic Oswego Speedway in Oswego, New York.
|Limited experience driving 410
cubic inch winged Sprint car in Pennsylvania for the Northgate
Competed in one event with the World of Outlaws at Don
Martin's Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania.
first SCCA (Sports Car Club of America) RallyCross competition
at Perry's Park RallyCross Course in Leicester, NY in 2001.
|14 years racing kart experience at
the international, national and regional levels, including
many national event wins and fast times.
Buckeye State Champion on asphalt and Western Pennsylvania
Speedway Champion on dirt.
Multiple track championships with the Akron Karting Club and
ultimate track record holder at Columbiana Speedway, Ohio.
|Robin has been a racecar fanatic
all of his life. After witnessing the Indianapolis 500
with his family at the age of 4 his course was firmly set to
become a racecar driver! He began racing karts at the
tender age of nine and went on to become a highly regarded
driver winning local, regional, and national events, including
state and track championships. He showed his innovative
entrepreneurial spirit early by opening and operating a
successful business importing and marketing karting chassis
and components from Italy at the age of 16.
He went on to attend the University of Pittsburgh to study
business administration while continuing to race karts.
Soon his desire to move into the higher forms of American
motorsports drew him to midget car racing. The
transition proved to be a smooth one, as he was able to adapt
easily to the larger and faster cars notching many top 10
finishes with every different sanctioning body he raced under.
Robin then went on to work in the technical support field at
computer software manufacturer Legent Corporation.
Currently he is working as a product marketing manager for the
computer software giant Computer Associates International in
Another step up the motorsports ladder was
accomplished as he debuted in the prestigious USAC Silver
Bullet racing series. He has run a few races and logged
many miles in the powerful and majestic "Champ Cars"
on both dirt and asphalt.