Sting Ray Robb
- Kart racing and its importance in developing racing skills
- Transitioning from kart racing to formula open wheel racing
- Bryan Herta Scholarship and its impact on young drivers
- Competing in the Indy Pro 2000 Championship and Indy Lights
- The NTT INDYCAR Series and its significance in professional racing
- The journey and challenges faced by aspiring young drivers
- The role of determination and hard work in achieving success in racing
- Inspiring young drivers to pursue their dreams in motorsports
Sting Ray Robb
- Started kart racing at the age of 5
- Garnered several National Titles in kart racing
- Twice ranked the number one US Driver in his age group
- Triple Crown winner, winning the Florida Winter Tour Championship, the CanAm Championship, and the Challenge of the Americas Championship in the same year
- Competed in Spain, Portugal, and Italy as part of Team USA
- Transitioned to formula open wheel racing through the Skip Barber Karts to Cars Shootout
- Recipient of the Bryan Herta Scholarship and named the Winter Series Rookie of the Year
- Won the Indy Pro 2000 Championship in 2020 with impressive stats
- Piloted the Andretti Autosport #2 to the 2022 Indy Lights Vice Championship
- Known for consistent skill, fierce competitive spirit, and unwavering determination
- Rising star in the world of racing, now driving in the NTT INDYCAR Series with Dale Coyne Racing with Rick Ware Racing
Sting Ray started chasing his dream and began 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.
StingRay’s Road to Indy is a testament to his determination and passion for racing.His dedication to the sport has garnered numerous honors, trophies, podiums,and championships along the way. As a young and true American racing driver, Sting Ray has proven himself against the world’s best at every level.
His solid performance continued in 2020 when Sting Ray won the 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 Andretti Autosport #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 piloting the #51 Dale Coyne Racing with Rick Ware Racing INDYCAR.